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Editor. -- THE HICKMA Tlio Oldest MOT. - TL j n COURIER P mm JUL With Neatness and Dispatch. ! BALE SIX.XS, iiii-ia:EA.X)S. PrTVELOPES, letter-head- : NOWjHHol'in-i?.otof- Eontucb- - INVTTA.TI03STS, ETC.. ETO, 33D Y7JBU ICE OF SUBSCRIPTION, CURRENT TPPICS. !.. ESTA BUSHED 85T - KELIGIOUS ft AnW 5 f HICKMAN, FULTON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. JULY 3. 1885. MAN TARGETS. idustryat tho Areual and Armorjr at . Rock Iiland, 2C l- VOL. XX m de-dl- NO39. .-- THE CHOBERA. IVi-nt- ELMAHDI THE COMMONWEALTH. Tobarcn Market. In dark and heavy styles tbe quotable is In lugs, resulting from the abstention of demend from parties who havo been lately buylngSfor position as bidders for the Spanish contract, appointed to "be awarded on tho 19th "inst. These havo declined of a cent."" Low medium leaf has also been shaded a fraction, but regie stylos generally havo ruled firmer than last week. Other grades of leaf have ruled steady. A large amount of tobacco (about 2,500 hhds.) has been engaged for shipment to New York on regie account at 17 cents per ono hundred pounds, and engagements for shipments direct to Liver- ihjui ure sum so aggregate about 4,WJU hogsheads. A conslderablarediiction of stocks will bo shown nt the end of the month. Thli tobacco has been taken, as wo under- .stamljqu tU basis of 2.1. cents per 100 TawarfoPScdarrr rw gh rate to tho seaboard is to be added. If shipped via New York tho through charge from Louisville to Liverpool would be 42c. The ocean rate has since been advanced to 29c, which would make the through rate on future shipments 46c. Wo quote 1SS1 tobaccos as follows for full weight packages: """ one-fourth . ruu...w itipai i REMI A CENCE. tliA i The oulcial reports oi new cases of cholera and deaths from ture of man tarcets for use in the reeular cholera in Spain on Wednesday are as folArmv. These targets are made of steel lows: In Madrid there w as a total of utn . fees. Toledo, O., June 2S. This afternoon & &naas near t16 form ot nn averaged-size- d new cases and eight deaths; the city oi bloody riot took place at a Polish settle- can be outlinetl with steel. They Valencia had sixty-thre- o new cases and Baktooldi modeled his statue of "L5rr. ty" niter his mother, who was a beautiful ment situated near Locust and Dexter 'are ade in threo Iositions upright, at a twenty-fiv- e deaths. During the same time streets, hetw een two nnnndn.. fnntim, ntl front, then in the position Of firing with there were in the rest of the Province o( woman. the bt. Hedwic's (Polish Catholic Church. arms raised as if holding a musket. Col Ynlennln nn ntrtrrefratoof 549 new case and SAID that cavenne- nentur sraftAnul had IOC mbout the haunts of sparrow, will drive wherein about a hundred nwn nnmnn nml onel Flagler invented tbe machine that S14 deaths. The citv oftMurcia while in deaths, children participated. About a wee ago works tho steel to the proper shape. Tho new cases and thirtv-fou- r uem away. Province o( n in such a the remalniug parts of thocases and 87 steel frame Murcia therV were loa new A BABY two months old nnrl wiMno. of nuempt was made to blow up the house manner thatis covered with cloth the Rev. Lewandowski, pastor of the at adlstancetheresemblancoof deaths. In the Province of Castellon de la oaly five pounds is the latMt soitut;nn vaurcn, ami a member of the congregation fa man is marked and what Is Important, Plana there were 50 new (' cases and SO Los Angeles, Cal. deaths, just In what j so uume oi uaiKowsti was arrested 1$ can be told leg. breast, part tho "man" 4 deaths. The City of had new casesa andreToledo makes A VTV .) t among stomach, neck, tnrn nf ,, ""--- " arm. lor doing, and placed under bonds A ishlt 'au is V, . ii nflir prtt nnil 2 ftpntha. nnd tho UVITIHTT n rwfnmmj. r m inose J ..!. iDUVn. shoulder or head. Four hundred of theso Peter .SUjiiML.leith;Twrelve-cneof ehOI- teeL targets are being rondo. rpun'r"'"' ,. " n'lu'fui ttcflr.TiTciai. eomnnnips. iimi'i'u, lu siiuiuls. ftru and 1 death have occurred iu the mili TKE..toi platoons, in and the various tary academy of Toledo. Senor Canovns lU6,90G,2!)o long tons, with, a total value of Del Castello, tho Other forms in which soldiers mnro in th of the Counof the priest. This afternoon a crowd gath opening of an engagement. The practice cil, and Senor President T. Robledo, 3143,703,573 at the mines. Romero Minister of the Interior, who started yesZelaszkiewicz's saloon, and de will commence at a range of two hunA sew postmaster has been appointed at ered in for going dred and fifty to three hundred terday on a tour of inspection of "the Proaaised Land. Here's a chance for some nounced the bail. d scrimdistricts, were received at yards, and then be gradually increased Dalkowski's A little mu-- t editor to get off a pun. mage followed, and while the men were to long distances. Tho targets will the station in Murcia by immense crowds of people, who manifested the greatest be sent to military posts at which Lv Madrid the people prevent the health ripe for riot they attacked Dalkowski's practice over In of tho disauthorities from taking proper steps to house, which was near the saloon.thor- soch drawback can be best carried on. The enthusiasm officials. the arrival established only Tho camp a few moments the crowd, to the effectiveness of this tinguished prevent the spread of the cholera. for the reception of cholera patients nnd oughly maddened, soon demolished the practice is in the fact tnat tho steel-ma- n A twelve-year-ol- d boy at Portland, house, destroyed the furniture and badly targets can not fire back; if they could, the quarters of the city Inhabited by the visited and Oregon, ate three pounds of strawberries bruised the inmates. Dalkowski was hor- the soldiers who are firing at them might poorer classes were ribly beaten v ith clubs, and died shortly Dot be so expert. In Andrew Jackson's carefully inspected. Tho persons arrested in thirteen minutes the other day. indacl with Dickinson In 1800 Jackson's for participation in the cholera riots last after. The crowd, which had been friends begged him to practice, saving that Sunday have, in deference to popular feelThere are t enty-on- e thousand widows creasing in numbers, then attacked saloon, completely wrecking "Dickinson was practicing dally, and could ing, been released. Tho MInisterof Marine of old soldiers of the war of 1S12 drawing it. A looker-o- n bj- - the name of Martin hit a pullet in the head at so many paces has decided to order tho adoption in the pensions from the U. S. Government. Dobrowolczki, was shot through the fore- every time." "Does the pullet have a pistol navy of Dr. Ferron's system Of InoculaTJie wedding cake to be seen at the mar- head and instantly killed. A number of in his hand to fire back?" asked Jackson. tion. The Commission appointed Inthe Minister the of riage of the Princess Beatrice will weigh the deceased men's friends were also badly "Xo," wns the reply of the astouihed by inAV) pounds, and to inquire into nnd report friend. "Then I don't care how much he terior will rest on a pedestal of used, two men sustaining serious juries. Mrs. Dalkonski and another practices." And Jackson killed Dickinson uion Dr. Ferron's system of inoculation Sold. woman were injured, but not dan- id the duel. When tho war of the rebellion has concluded its work. The Commission opened tho best weapon in the world was pronounces the system genuine, and urges Two brothers, farmers in Nottingham, N. gerously. At the police station it3 adoption bv tho Government. It also 1L, aged eighty-eigand eighty oneyears there are no less than ten cots in use for the "Springfield musket," which was effec- declares its Iwlief that the disease now the wounded and homeless ones. Thirteen tive for a thousand yards, but no soldier respectively, have done all their own plowPolanders who took part in the bloody af- could load and tire that musket once a min- raging in Spain is Asiatic cholera of the ing this year- , new cases fray have been arrested. Tho name o"f the ute even in a fight. The soldiers carried mot virulent type. Forty-eigof cholera and forty deaths were reiorted bat forty rounds in their cartridge-boxeThk New York Board of Aldermen has murderers can not be ascertained decided to change the name of Bedloe's Is- The congregation has for a long time been Now, think of tho difference. The armv at Alicante y can bo fired tuenty-foo- r land, on blcli the Bartholdi statue is to at variance on the question as to whether nwsket of New School for Seamen. tho priest, Father Lewandow&ki, should be times a minute, and is effective stand, to Liberty Island. not. On account of this statb for destruction of life at a distance of two removed or Washington, June 26. The school proof affair bad blood has been existing be- miles. That is the reason why they are posed by Commodore Mr. Kay, assistant Postmaster-Genera- l, Schley for tho Inproposes to hold Congressmen responsible tween the priest'a friends and hisopposers. making tbe at the the Coroner is pre- arsenal and armory at Rock Island. struction of seamen in tho improved armafor tbe conduct of postmasters appointed At a late hour an paring to hold inquest on the bodies of The old style of close work in a battle is at ment of modern vessels will open at the upon their recommendation. the murdered men. The scene of the riot is aa end, nnd one can be informed at the Navy yard in this city tho 1st of July. A over two miles from a police statiou, but a that artillerv shields have become a class of tw enty sailors has been selected. The grand jury of Kansas City o the construction of a in force of olIcemen was on the ground as necessity for the protection of gunners. Commodore Schley hopes to open with a soon arrested twelve or With of the thojnll at that point, and that prisoners be fifteenasofpossible, and rioters and jailed day athe effective muskets deprived present class of twenty members nt New port, Authe leading batterv- would be of its compelled to bathe onca a week. mea by the them. Not less than one hundred men, of tho enemy gust 1. The latter class will receive torpedo be seen. instruction for six months, at the end The rainy season has begun in Demerara. Tvomen and children were engaged in the as. lar as they could fight. A force of policemen be ere detailed aad to do anvthins of which period it will corao to Washington unable The sugar crop is expected to be below to keep the peace for the night, but the ex- ia return, for the old methods of and the class here w ill go to Newport. Tho tons. Tn Port Spain the weather is very citement is intense, and more trouble is ex- ssnnorting and protecting a batterv bv in- - Instruction at the two points w ill conclude favorable, benefiting the growing cane. pected. f&atry, keeping back the infantry oh tho at the end of one year, w hen new clnsses ot&er side, Is at an end. The enemy needn't will bo formed. Only sailors enlisted in Gov. Irklvnd, of lexns, 'was arrested Quite Romantic. be,xithin a mile of the battery, nnd yet continuous service are admitted to the day for keeping his carnage Ihe other New York, June S. Two young swells, pick off its men with the new weapons and school. "These men," said Commodore standing on the street crossing, and fined John "IV. Douglass, of Catskifl, N. Y., and the use of classes. So shields of steel. Schley "are to go on the vessels thick to !?10 and costs. Texas justice is no respecter and aner ingale, ot Uamuen, N. J., on which enoughbo be impervious a to bullets at theasend of tho year's instruction who can placet! before battery of act other men of persons. Saturday rowed a single scull race to de- Gattling guns, or a new steel gun, light may be teachers of Our sailors have on board. their respective but of good range, and not kept pace with tho advance in gun maA r.nTY of of the navy cide rank as for the at Portsmouth forced an entrance into sunors hand of Miss thai protect the gunners from long rango chinery. The Government is to blame for infantry, have become a necessity. this, for since tbe war no attempt at imtho residence of nn editor and assaulted Edwina Watson, a Brooklyn belle. provement in guns has been made until Douglass is a Graduate of the Eastern him, in revenge for some published critiw ithin the past year. Now w e have no imPlans for N'iV Cruisers. i Business College atPoughkeepsie, but is at cism on their conduct. proved guns nor men to handle Washington, June 26. A number of they should bo obtained. The ball them If city. Wingate of war ATRACTof 100 acres of hillv and as received some distinction as a civil en- plaas flretl at a land in Watervliet, N. Y., has gineer. The course was two miles on Gow-an- vesselsand specifications for the new naval snapped at amodern vessel is like a pea window-panWe expect to provided for at the last session of Bay, and was covered by Wingate in Congress, been leased by a number of New Yorkers have been received at the Navy secure now guns, and will need men to hansixteen minutes and twenty-eigseconds, nnd Bostonians, who proiose converting it dle them." Douglass being half a length behind. Department. In the circular calling for into a park for hunting foxes. Two mutual friends actetLas umnirvs. On the plans and nronowJ .Assignments. .. . T Hr?CU!tafesftouiaibesflBmtc tiooMsaHUitrDOTirorHstie iniuiguuiiii of'themjnnlhis exclteme1rfpcmSifejLIw4$. pf T, KVAWiixttroaIgJnuel26j It is expected! Belrrium nnd Denmark are now loiiowmg tue oarsmen, due; as ne cotim ted bynlyTlS. cqllouor that the recent grodnatesntVestrPolnt swim, the other fellow refused to stop the plans for four vessels. generally made from a sort of palm tug. When Wingate called on Miss Wat' The Bureau of Academy known in Brazil as piafinavd. The fiber of son she refused him but when Douglast Construction and tho Bureau of Steam regiments will be assigned to the various when Secretary Endicoit returns this palm is also employed in Brazil for came to say farewell the defeated sculler Engineering of Dethe Navy to Washington next week. There were was solaced by being accepted as the young partment ropes. will submit plans for thirty-nin- e graduates. At tho present timo thera all, the former for the hulls and their exist fifty-foStoats and weasels are still leing sent lady's affianced. vacancies among the S ii the latter for the machinery and engines. officers of the army, of w hich sixteen are to New Zealand iu large numbers. ThevIt is not known that any other source will in tho cavalry branch, seven in the artilGreat Journey of a Homing Pigeon, ars, purchased in England at from $1 to New OnLEANS, Juue 2S. A homing offer plans for the entire number. Several lery, twenty-nin- e in the infantry, and two $1.30 each, and many English farmers, unfor bo submitted pigeon, which had been held captive for a v navel a single vesselitwill expected that in tho engineer corps. After tho assignofficers, and is able to realize from the usual crops, have ment of the West Point graduates, the few days at the office of the signal servico in plans will be received from turned, their attention to weasel raising. this city, was liberated this morning at Naval Constructor Mintonye,of the Brook-Iv- n tbe examinations officers,who have passed by tho Boards conVictor Hugo has left a great fortune , Yards, will furnish plnns for three 7:20 by Sergeant in the presence $COO,000 on deposit with the Kosthchilds vessels. The first is to cost about $1,500,-00- 4 vened bv the various departments, will be. of a number of gentlemen who had assemto te 556 feet by 48, and to run 15 knots assigned. Twelve men were ordered bofore and a larger sum with the Bank of Bel- bled to witness the depnrtureof the bird for Examining Boards. It is believed that six per hoar. gium, together with real estate in Paris Koyport, N. J., a distance of 1,130 miles 'j- - guns, Her armament will consist of of them have successfully passed their exand she will carry about 400 amination. It will make a total of forty-fiv- e in a direct line. When the pigeon and Germany and his very valuable copymm and oflkers. Tho "second vessel liberated men to leassigned,leaving nine vacanrights. He must have been worth at least was for a short it took a northerly direc- will be :25 feet ny 46 feet, and her battery tion distance, then stopped for a wDl consist cies to be filled. Tho question has ,000,000. of 18 gtins. The third vessel raised whether or not these vacancies been few seconds, and then continued its flight, will be 225 feet by Cincinnati enjoys tho honor of having and disappeared from sight one minute and will of fourteen S6 feet, carrying an arm- bo filled by civilians, or bo allowed to reguns. The vessels are main unfilled until the graduation of ament five seconds after its liberation. It apthe two Ministers to foreign courts, Hon. Geo. peared to be in excellent condition. Before modeled after the English cruisers. The class of '80 West Point H. Pendleton, Minister to Germany, and starting it was fed on hemp seed and esterprlsingbut imaginative individual has largethought thatatthe Presidentnext year. will apis Hon. J. B. Stallo, Minister to Italy. Sa- water. The meteorological condition was nlw been submitting propositions. One of- It point civilians to the positions, and allow fers a plan for a vessel that will float on Congress to provide for prospective graduvannah, Ga., has also two Mr. Lawton, favorable, the weather being clear, the "top of water, beneath it, and in midair. iMInlster to Russia, and Mr. Jackson, Min- wind southwest and tho temperature 85. Tie sails will be wings, and it will ates. Sergeant Herrman expects that the bird greater ister to Mexico. nkeanything speed than nnj bird, will reach its destination on or before Cholera Less Virulent. man or has invented." A Pittsburgh hen being closely chased Tuesday morning. Valencia, June 26. The latest reports Others are submitting similar impractica-b- l by a little dog, made straight for the forschemes for parts of vessels. Secretary show that cholera Is spreading, but with a Pain Rfported Murdered. ward truck of a passing street car and Whitney is not desirous of experimenting tendency to bo less virulent. Tho mortality threw herself under it w ith her neck across Paris, June 28. M. Rochefort asserts with new Fchemes. He rather favors tho in tho port of Grno and tho neighboring tho rail. The head was severed from the that he has advices from Egypt to the effect adoption of the models of the best cruisers township of Cabanes is alarming. Among body in a twinkling. It is thought to be a that Olivier Pain, after leaving Debbeh on bolt by foreign Powers, with such im- tho victims is an English, Bailor on board provements as can be added by Ameri- tho British ship Ross, bound for Bilboa. A eamel-bacdeliberate case of suicide. was murdered, a fortnight's can shipbuilders. Under the gen- large proportion of cases are Oregov has its antiquities as well as the distance from Cairo, by Arabs paid by Col- eral invitation of Secretary Whitney with little or no diarrhea. dry cholera, y ono older States. About a hundred years ago onel Schmid, of the Egyptian service to tq officers of the navy and others hundred notabilities of Valencia wererein-oculate- d secure compromising papers brought by tosubrait plans to him for the construction In the presence of Dr. Ferran and an old tree blew down. Recently an eccennew steel The general tric genius hollowed out the stump, cut a Pain from Khartoum. was Tempt inclines oi some timecruisers, Admiral Porter has the foreign delegates. Tho mild for imprespast been engaged in plan- sion is that the epidemic is a prisoner in fr to the belief that Pain Asiatic door and window in it, and made it a cosy the hands of the English when lie met his ning a vessel which he hones will prove a cholera. Vessels arriving from Southern ntfdel in her clas3. She is to be 250 feet ports, from infected places, have been orToom in which he lives. He estimates that death. Rochefort is promoting a theatriand at the same time, a ram, a torpe- dered off Mahon to do quarantine. cal performance for the benefit of Pain's bis house is nearly 500 years old. do boat and a gunboat, will go forwara or "day family. t The time of day is announced every lsckward with enual facilitv. and carrv a Arsenic in the Cake. tery heavy armament. It is expected that Cholera Spreading. at Woolwich, England, at 1 p. in. and 8:.W Plymouth, Wis., June 25. The family jhe will attain great speed. powp. m., by firing off a blank charge of Madrid, June 28. The cholera statistics of John Durst, livlngnbout two miles north bronze gun. Not- for Saturday, reported der from a are as folof the city was, Wednesday night, acciDied of Yellow Fever. withstanding this fact, a courageous little lows: Murcia (city) 52 new cases, 2S f poisoned by eating cake in which I Lewes, Del., June 26. Olaf Olsen, of dentally sparrow has made her nest in one of the deaths; Murcia (province), 155 new case, 76 arsenic had been used for baking powder. bokes of the carriage on which the gun deaths; Castellon de la Plana (city),Ccases, Arendal, Norway, a cabin boy, from the A child has since died from rests, and has hatched out five little spar-iw- 6 deaths; province 151 cases, 51 deaths; Ifcark Nat, from Cienfuecos for Philadel the effects, and three others are now in a very critical condition. Valencia, city, 64 cases, 4S deaths: prov phia, died this afternoon at the hospital C14 cases. .'W5 deaths; Alicante, 143 1from well defined yellow fever. The other ince, The FirsTNew Wheat. There are twenty large glucose estab- cases, 41 neatns; other places, ,o cases, 23 case, a 6aIlor from tho same bark, is conIn seven different States, lishments located Washington, Juno 25. Included in the deaths. Up to noon y there were re- valescing. The Board of Health of tho with an invested capital of over $10,000,000. ported in Alicante SO new coses and 27 town of Lewes adopted stringent Tesolu-tion- s receipts in the Baltimore market, yesterthis afternoon concerning communi and a capacity to consume 01,000 bushels deaths; in other places 26 new cases and bushels of new' day, wtre eighty-eigh- t cation with the hospital employes and all forty-fobushels of which was of corn a day, giving employment to 4,575 22 deaths. penvirj cuuuevieu iub luiecii'ui vessel. wheat, cleaned, plump nnd of good color. dry, well working men, paying annually $2,0.V5,750 in P.hnrr.h w.. -- - ku I lnkl1 It was shipped from Lancaster County, w..- -. ... tiruflr .Jwages, consuming $1,3708,000 worth of maj gnuiiiI. Pain Reported Dead. per bushel. two and Gananoque, Ont., June 28. During a Cairo, June 26. General Lord Wolseley Va., othersold for forty-fou- dollars bushels was terials, and yielding a product worth r lot of The thunder storm here this evening lightning has received a telegram stating that Olivier raised in Middlesex County, Va., was instruck the Presbyterian Church spire and, ferior, being damp and garlicky. It sold Abraham Hanson, a negro boy of Law- descending, shattered one of the front il'ain, tho French renegade, who was one of at $1.40 to1.5n. The first new wheat last n pick up a piece of clay doors, throwing broken glass and splinters hhe advisers of El Mahdi during the rence, Kan., can year came campaign, nas died of fever in Upper for $1.50. on June 20, was damp, and said and mold it in a few minutes to almost any in all directions. John McNaughton, who ifcgypt. form that suggests Itself to his mind, with was in the vestibule at the time, was renJune 26. Accident at a Funeral. truly astonishing. From the dered unconscious. Ladies fainted and Paris, a telegramHenri Rochefort has a confirming the re but received Robinson, III., June 26. While attendcommon clay there found in abundance, the congregation was ported death from lever ot unvier ram. ing a funeral, a horse driven by Mrs. Wm. models all escaped without injury. without tools of any kind, without Updyke backed off a bridge, fatally injuror designs, he- forms men and beasts with a WVew Herself in Front of the Engine. ing "Mrs. Updyke. and seriously bruising Declines to Issue Lar. d Patents. wonderful reality and no inconsiderable Washington, June 26. The CommisChicago, June 2S. This afternoon Mary Mrs. James Renddles and Miss Maude Up "artistic talent. sioner of the General Land Office has de- VSbaughnessy, aged eighty three, threw dyke. A Philadelphia paper recently ana- clined to accede to the request of the Ore Irself in front of an outgoing Baltimore Not Guilty. lyzed fhe list of three hundred names of f gon and California Railroad Company for Ohio passenger train at Thirty ninth Louisville, Ky., June 26. A special attending a Normal School, in that me issue oi patents on &.uuu acres oi tana JmeU one was irigmiuuy uiongiea. to the 7Ynie from Greenville, Tenu., says: ; " city, in order to test which was the most already selected, and to allow selections to The jury in the case of E. Y. Johnson, be made for the million more under the Superintendent of Seed Department. favorite Christian names. Mary led off lapsed land grant to the company in that m. 31. charged with killing Major Henry, after Fashington, June zt. rroi. with 89, closely followed by Anna with 27, Bute and in California. being out thirty-si- x hours, at 8 o'clock this Springfield, O., has been appotnt- - morningreturned a verdict of "Not guilty" j, of Kizabeth was third with 17 and Laura was ' luperintondent of the &eea .Department amid great enthusiasm. Fight'ng Factions. e good fourth with 16. Then came Who Commissioner of Agriculture, to Katharine. 12; Helen, 9; Emma, Louisville, Ky., June 28. The trouble effect July 1. Spain Revolutionary. 8; Lilian, 8; Clara, 7; Jane, 7; Louisa, 6; between the Tolliver and Martin factions Madrid, June 26. Republican journals Emily, 5; Harriet, 5. in Rowan County, Ky., is again assuming L Alien, 6; Caroline, 5; '0 Insane Woman's Act. are clamoring for coalition. All RepubliAn Iowa Jadge having decided that a serious proportions. In an attempt to arJCISSATJ, O., June 2S. Mrs. Mollie can sections are preparing for the impend"bound to tell his wife where h rest Sheriff-elehHsbaad is Humphrey, Marshall Tol- hllp temporarily Insane, jumped ing struggle. The Jiepublic, alluding to a'third-stor- y window of a building at the revolution, says that a few days ago it speeds his evenings when he is away from liver, cf Morehead, was seriously wounded, y it is certain. The of Elchth andBavmiller streets. was probable; bOEM there will be an exodus of married a man named Rayburn was 'killed, and Humphrey is reported fatally wounded. tf public is greatly excited. iv. and was instantly killed. Ma froaa that lahospitable clhse. - Osio has 1,017,000 head of cattle making Banker Fish's Last Hope Gone. To Help Riel. Preacher awl His Sister Drowned. 9i.t'to tfc square mile: Tennessee hw New York, June 26. Judges Aallace, June 26. A number of rencn Lenox, Ia., June 28. Rev. C. E. Laugh-li- a, Fibec, 73,874 clS to tfee square mile; Iowa hat f pastor of the Presbyterian Church"" of lian citizens have banaea tnemseives Benedict and Brown, sitting in banc in the BMtotfcejBito; Blois36; New York 18, United States kher and appointed a committee for a decision this Clrsa' Court, handed down 'this place, and his sister, Regina Laughlin, morning, confirming the dea4 Texas 1&8. For the United SUZ.es at were both drowned y of taking Into consideration cision of tho court below, denying James imose in the .Had for each 6 acres .River, eight miles east of this place, Platte larga, this is Implicated D. Fish, of the late Marine Bank, a new while Kdtion of the OewanyjMW 32 fpsr sqwremils- - Greas oa their way to the Platte Church. The , vhirpst: troubles and to subscribe trial. Unite States there art particulars are not known. BrttataM. Jatha V rds defraying their expenses in the Cremated. tbmsMSof eatUaiareaeh foar iababi- trials. Jas. D. Fish in Prism. Lancaster, Pa., June 26. The remains white ia Swope thsre It aalyoai of Frederick Eversman, who died In BaltiAuburn, N. Y., June 28. James D. Slab, tor swsrjr six persons. KcCHlliugh, the Acter. more on May 31, w fcre cremated here toPresident of the Marino Bank, arrived McCullough day. OSHMtAbCnoocwiU anJearorto prereal Yok, June 28. John 4 Mm Units States of tasat at the prison this morning to serve his en to Bloomingdale asylum, near Adjourned at Last. He expressed mm rday. aajr bs arWsn ettt af Mexico sentence of ten years' imprisonment. Fish thfe were his citizen's dress in the receiving cell 26. At 7:60 toSpringfield, III., U weH satisfied with the place. The Tus iBumsMatVansar CHsge rua frs night the House adjou.ued sine die. The bat he will "be put in pin ,na,ref use to express an opiuiuu aaay. Senate followed suit at 9: SO. Tiet'a tarn, Ml lor a cars , gas is generally suDDiantinir oal in Pittsburgh. David Davis owns 7.000 aprw of vain- Me farm land in Illinois. JThe Princess of "Wales has taken to oho- Itography as an amusement. n lw the suit in New York over $100,000 was paid to the lawyers a? Marie-Garriso- Natural Serious Trouble in a Polish Catholic Congregation. A new ftoCK Island, III., Juno Two Men Killed anil Many Wonmlecl Thlr jUisry has been started at the Rock Island teen of the Rioters Under Arrest. Arnory and Arsenal. It is the manufac - Proportion or the I)enlh lo hf Inorn- - In EgyptWtth Bonewed Strength Nhtiiber ot"Cac-tl- -. and More Defiant. latlou JleUnjdOlllclally I'.onounced nfMiceu. Madrid, June 25. XrftttUrllle Ir How Senator Itepubllcan, from in CsaNw Jer.ey. SehatorIcPherson,fCIW Jersey, has Washing a all nil nnnavnta1 remained An Enersc tffort ?thew to Add Converts to " London, Jon? --"'. it is reported that :i ralth. - 1 TTnTTT1 XT .. F Clen-Pnzuel- . -,S I'S-- - " "'TStKr? a saloon-keep- 2eIWIcr, .. . er cholera-infecte- Khalifa Pasha "is now journeying toward Cairo with latere from the Mahdi to the Khedive. TheJIahdl has also written to the Emir ofbendy, inclosing a sum of money, to & farther augmented by tho ransoms which tke Mahdi expects for tho Christian mijsiobarles nnd nuns whom ho holds as prisoneR, to establish n school of divinity to acconjiiodate 250 studentsof tho now faith. Tly proclamation of the Mahdi to thetriKVjrpmises an immediate iafi lb mMtie Virtu; tbo InTBuer"r7rriii point, the reno'edattlvlty of Mahdism gives cVMencrto the report that the. Government haM&d to.. tr Dongola, which would affori a much better protection for Ecrvnt ncalnst tho hordes of the Soudan than the frontier line drawn through Wndy-Haln. MRS. DUDLEY OI! TRIAL. O'llonovnii noma's Assailant Scene In Court l'rojeedlnga In Cre.ite-- . -- the Case. a Trash Dark ami Heary. 4 25 $:5 75 4 501?. 4 T5 Iiurleu. ht ht -- ht s. to-da- y. to-da- man-targe- ts ht ar-sea- al -- recom-snen- ds bath-hous- - sharp-shoote- rs 100,-0- 00 c to-da- y, -- urcecn-ioatiln- g, well-wood- ed us e. ht 1 I 1 T :T'ii(e. New Youjc, Juno S). The trial of Mrs. Yseult Dudley, the Elglish woman, for assault in shootingJeren,iah O'Donovan Ros-s- a in February last, vas begun here today. The court-rooivas crowded to its h of utmost capacity, but it least those present were defectives and polico officers. Rossa and h? Lieutenant, Patrick Joyce, w ere both n attendance. On the reassembling of thj court, at 2:3) p. in., Assistant District Attorney Purely opened the case for tho pvoplo, anil detailed the facts bearing on he case prior to and nftr tho shooting. ODonovan Rossa was called as the first wines?, and Mrs. Dudley lent her voice in making things livclv. Being asked his nane tho witness replied, "Jeriniah O'Dmovnn Rossa." "That's not his name," alled out Mrs. Dudley. "Whero did he got tho Rossa Is from?" "What yuir business?" was witless. "Dynaasked the S" shouted miter Mr. Dudley before Rossa could reply "Journalet." "When relating the circumstances oi tho shooting, witness snid Mrs. Dudley hal asked him to sign a certain receipt, w hlchhe had refus ed to do, Mrs. Dudley, at tils cried out al a loud voice "You area Ha! Younov er read a word of it." At sevenl subswptent points in nossa's testimony Mrs. uudiey made similar remarks, at one time telling the jury to move away frorr him ns ho was a" dangerous man, and at another saying that ho w as never ftruck by a bullet at all, but fell to th sidewalk through fright. O'Donovan did not re1 member bow niany hhots were fired. "No, you were too frightened, Jeremiah," remarked the prisoner, and then she added, " 'For God's sake dou't kill me;' you forgot to tell that." When O'Donovan showed whero the bullet struck him, Mrs. Dudley interpolated: "I want that bullet back. It was only lent." Rossathen told of his comings and goings between this country and Great Britain, nnd was continually interrupted by the prisoner with caustic remarks. When ho stated that he was once sent to tho country by the British Ministry, Mrs. Dudley said: "I wish we had kept you fn not" have would England. There been a particle left of you." throughout Awl vo.. it continued m Common lugs Medium lugs. Gooding's Common leaf Medium leaf Good leaf 1'uncy leaf $ 4 0&5fc 4 25 ..- - 7 0O& 7 25 7 rM 8 00 0 0(i;n ft) 13 ootel" W 5 OOlfc 5 2." 5MV&6 25 6 .VKi 7 00 7 0U 7 50 00 8 12 0U?tl I 50 14 B0O20 00 4 1V6 4 75 5 2.7ft 5 75 5ai0 91lCPlluiiroii Item. one-fift- "Thfr-scircula- r ur afcviiiui4 wilu x3 v iwuu.. down from tbo witness staud ho passed the prisoner on his way to tho door. As hedul so Mrs. Dudley sho'uted in his face: "Down with dynamiters; God save the Queen," and then added tauntingly: "Dou't kill me, don't kill me, for God's sake." re-ruuwuruisej f War on Prohibitionists. 20. ship-builder- s. o'clock this morning several masked men rode up to the residence of J. Scliauken-bnr- g, Kansas Crrr, Mo., Juno At three Hen-man- at Armourdale, a small town just over the Kansas State line, anil commenced shooting at tho house. The sought refuge in the cellar. Tho firing kept up for some time, but nobody was injured. Schaukenburg is nn active Prohibitionist, and has testified against severalBaloon-keepers,nn- d it is supposed the latter did tho shooting. A bitter w ar Is Waging between liquor men and Prohibitionists In Kansas, and much troublo Is found on enforcing tho prohibition law passed at the last session of tho Legislature. a Convict James D. Fish, of tho put through the Marine Bank, was regular course in prison. The attendants bathed him, cropped what hair he had, shaved off his bsard, and put him into regulation stripes. He tneu put into u regular cell, whero he is locked all day. being ono of several hundred men now in prison for whom there is nothing to do. XFish Auburn, June 20. to-da- y m s k, To-da- lg, Three Children Burned. Dam, Wis., June 29. A building occupied as a brewery, saloon nnd residence was destroyed by fire nt an early hour this morning. Threo children wero suffocated by smoke and burned to death. The property loss is less than .5,000.. Beaver - .... . nine-poun- der to-da- y, -- two-year-o- ld s. son, aged fourteen, and a lad aged ten, wero drowned yesterday afternoon while bathing in Hillard's mllf-dam.Salisbury Township. Robinson lost his life in endeavoring to save tho younger lad. in Two Boys Drowned. Lancaster, Pa., June 29. Wm. Robin- Stung by a Locust. 29. A man working in a near here, whose name could not be learned, was stung by a seventeen-year locust last Thursday, and Is now lying at the point of death, suffering untold agony. saw-mi- ll to-da- Nashville, Ind., Juno nu ur $1S,-270,0- '. - A Growirq City. Sou-da- Buffalo, N. V., June 29. The census of tho city of Buffalo, just taken by tho polico force, shows the total population to be 202,318. The tenth United States Censii3, taken in 1SS0, gave a total population of 155,134. life-likene- ss panic-stricke- n, - -- ii -- Mar-garetirl- S; Fatal Quarrel of Farmers. Brookville, Pa., June 29 In Eldred Township, this morning, August Bethune, a farmer, fatally shot Jere Greeley, because the latter had notified Bethune to remove a buiiuing iroin his premises. mm The transition from tho was not made all at to tho easy-chaonce. "When men aud women wauted real repose they formerly found it iu divans couches, sofas and what in Shakespeare's time were somewhat re proachfully called "day beds." A loose cushion was made for wooden chairs, and it was sometimes placed upon, at other times underneath, a arm-cha- ir ir richly-embroidered ct ,- skin. cloth or an animal's Fhiladdphia Press. i to-da- - " " Everywhere in Europe tho women do a heavy sharo of tho labor, often tho roughest and most burdensome, while d f and tho wages are smaller than for malo labor. At tho same timo that tho number of women one-thirone-hal- to-da- -- half-bree- working at agriculture, manufacture, etc., is smaller in tho United States than in Europe, tho number engaged in superiorindustrial occupations are inoro numerous i". America than anywhere else. has been found on tho mountains in .North Carolina that promises to be of great value for making fino A tree- -- m to-da- y, i . I' iaaM u - PPer- - ii . .r Honey ni&da from apple blossoms tr Una any 9thw. iald to 9 mitting it periodically in the shape of intelligent reports for the benefit of the business interests of this country. On the 4th of March the President found the Treasury Dcpartraant tilled with nart'san supernumeraries and Secretary Manworthless henchmen. ning began the work of investigation at year of age. once, and fraudulent me'hods were Thomas Daily, a veteran of the war or broken up an 1 honest men were em1812 and Mexico, died the other day at ployed to do the work of the Departyears, which indiaged eighty-fiv- e ment. It is under this drpartnient that cates that hs first went soldering at on the internal revenue is conducted, and early age. the work of removing the partisan col9 At Frankfort, James Jenkins was conlectors and their deputies will of itself victed of tho murder of John C. Dally. icault in a saving of hundreds of thouDisThe boiler of the Mattingly-Moor- o sands to tie country. tillery at Bardstow n, exploded the other On the 4th of March the President morning, killing three negroes named found John Roach virtually in possesg Cbas. Spauldiug, Manson Bard aud Chas. branch of the sion of the McAtee, and fatally injuring another Navy Department. Secretary Whitney named Bemis Allen. The building was is chief of all the branches of tho navy wrecked'and the machinery ruined. The now, and Mr. Hoach has given up all loss hns not been estimated as yet. hopes of ever imposiug upon the Gov- Wm. Millek, the oldest inhabitant of eminent a tram. Henry County, died near Lockport rccen On the 4th of March the President; He enlisted In the army in 1814, being found tho army conducted on the plan at the time a married man with one child. of favoritism. The officers who had Ho was buried on the farm where he hud friends and political backing years. been living for seventy-on- o had the soft places in Washington and Xew York, while more capable officers Jordan Taylor, colored, was bangul ts on the 26th nt Hopkiusville, in the preswere made to servo with their ence of five or six thousand people, mostly in the Indian country beyond tho colored. The criminal passed a restlejs lino of civilization. Se retary Endicott is changing all this, and putting ofiieera night; took a light supper, but partook of of the same grade on an equal footing, a hearty breakfast. A squad of forty soldiers (.urrounded the jail yard. The crimwithout regard to "influence.1' inal was baptized tho day previous in tho On the 4th of March the President e Department top- river In the presence of thousands of people found the -- .1.1. I 111 4fc bmik3.rSH m:nt4y-txalTi- ; ririf.m ' places ou account of pa-l- y service. 4V. f l. World. Vilas immediately under tho beam. His lips quivered as if J Postmaster-Genera- l all REPUBLICAN BAD BLOOD. in silent prayer. Tho trap was sprung and surplus employes; and. discharged his neck broken by the fall. Taylor spent Tho Christian Statesmen of Xew Jnrsey at better still, he began at once to fill tho with Democrats iu the placo the morning laughing and joking In tho Frellnghayspirs (irave. g most manner. The execuofoffenshe partisans. The Secretary It was very unseemly that so solemn of th Interior likewise has reformed tion was practically public, as the hills and an event as the funeral of his department and few departments high uildings gave those outside of tho Frclinghu'scn should have excited bad nee led reform more. But, above all., nmplo opportunity to see. John W. Throckmorton is the Repub- blood among the "Christian statesmen" President Cleveland has removed all lican legislative candidate iu Harrison of New Jcrse'. But such unfortunate- sectional barriers. On the 4th of March found Mason and Dixon's line stiU County. ly has been tho case. It appears that he between Xorth' AVm. A. Howard, once a wealthy cltizi n in arranging for the obsequies of the marking the boundary and South. Tho Republicans had kept of Louisville, who killed Wm. Dreihauss !n depart rd his lr.cuds new 1851 and escaped jail on the eve of his exeit standing, that he had been defeated immediatelybut the it ofl"Administration the map. Tho wiped cution, recently died in Australia. for the Unitcd'Stat"s Senate some E. M. Harvey, of Edmonson Countyf ago by Senator Sewell, who now holds country i reunited and Mr. Cleveland hns been nominuted as the Democratic can- the position to which the deceased had is determined that it shall remain so. didate for tho Legislature from Butler aud aspired. It should be supposed that Richmond (la.) Stale. Edmondson counties. W. C. Webb has death would have smoothed the asperA SAGE'S OPINION. been nominated by tho Republicans. ities and mollified tho harsh feelings reRollin Hurt has beeu nominated by sulting from such a contest. But it Horatio Seymour on the the Democrats of Adair for tho LegislaXew AdiiiinUtratlon. seems only to have intensified thera. ture, and Is opposed by Dr. Edw ard Nell, The mauagers of the funeral thought On the 81st of May Horatio Seymour Republican. it would bo a good opportunity to show filled his seventy-fift- h year, having been At Louisvillo William Winnegar was Sewell what they thought of him, and born on May SI, 1810. Iu a letter to a thrown from a street car an 1 fatally inaccordingly they refused to tstend to jured. He says the driver threw him off. him those funereal courtesies which are close personal friend the vcnerablo son of customarily extended to the lea ling statesman refers to his advanced age, Carl Giltner, President W. S. Giltuer, of Eminence statesmen of a State when ono of their and expresses his gratitude that his. thrown from hishorso and fatally number shuttles oil" his mortal coil. Sen- mental faculties are still vouchsafed to injured a few days ago. ator Sewell was pointedly omitted from him unimpaired, although the crowding andtogivcaddi- - y ears pros hav.ly on his sight, hear- - . the list of AVm. Austendorkk, a lunatic fromMadi-sonvillt onal acerbity to tho slight the Demo ing and his limbs. w bile being convej'ed to tho asysays that lie continTne lum jumped from the cars. Tho train was cratic senator lUcrueraon was promigoing forty mile3 an ho'ur. He struck a nent among those who had the handling ues to take an active interest in tho with his head, but when picked of the coffin. With a Christ an determi- political movements an I public quescross-ti- e up was found to beouIy stunned and his nation to overlook so obvious a snub tions of the hour, and he believes that, shoulder-blad- e Senator Sewell, however, determined to standing apart from the str.fe and tho broken. Wm. Yocum. car driver, is to be tried at attend the funeral, and in company turmoil of active po'itical life, ho can with a friend walked up the aisle of the view matters more calmly than in Louisville for killing a troublesomo passen church, but was politely told that there former days, and perhaps with raoro ger. Rachel Varvel, 101, made a pretty was no seat for him, as'they hail been impartiality. He rejoices that he has deathbed speech at Owiugsville, nnd amply reserved for tho fronds "of the de- 1 ved to witness the return of the Demdemonstrated the "ruling passion" adage, ceased. The Senator walked out of the ocratic party to power in the Nation may enjoy tho when she said: "Give me one more smoke church and went home, no doubt with not that Democrat feelings such as he should not havo en- spoils of office, but because it is "a vinfrom the old clay pipe." Amanda Brown, a mulatto, aged tertained en so solemn an occasion. One dication of the principles of Democeighteen years, who killed Resle Bigstaff a df the managers afterwards chuckled racy, and proves to thi country that few weeks aeo, was sentenced to threo ' over the manner in which they had the party is capable of governing wis,- - c ."4 venra in thn npnirntinrv. nt Mt. Sterlinrr. beaten the "SeWfill can?.'' ly, and is sincerely desirous of making riiat sch bitter disagreements should an economical, honest Administration. The following Kentucky Postofllces are s Mr. Seymour expresses entire confieffected by tho recent adjustment of sala- - , eMSt among Republican leaders ;s sonie-ri-surprise to dence in Mr. Cleveland and believes ho thing to occasion painful of Presidential Postmasters: as we represenwill make a successful and in the end a -those who regard-thetatives of tho higher moral sentiments. very popular J'res" dune The AdminisHow can tho Grand Old 'Party expect tration move-- , slowly, says the OFflCTS. Office. to repair its damaged fortunes if its ernor, but is it not wise anu prudent to statesmen Christian statesmen, too, at do so? He might himself some yeanit.j that carry their bickerings to the ago have preferred more active partyir. rr&xe?llarrutburg (Pa.) measures than have yet been adopted . Bardstow n.. WA 1.000 JlunsUeld 1.000 1.100 verge of the Catlettsb'rg. ia! MW Jiaysvlllo 1.900,2.000 Patriot. but he contents himself now with the' Danville... 1.700 1.P0O Nlcholasvle. 1.1001,200 -Ellzabctht'n L200 1,300) Paducab... 2jxxr:.Too WHY SHOULDN'T THEY SHOUT? knowledge that honest men are at the 1,200 1,100 Princeton Fulton head of public affairs and that in good 1,000 1,10a IShelbwillpJ 1,500, IIickmnn .. will be tilled 1'iece of HopkIrsle. 1,700 l,800,Soinprset. ..1,000' l.X) Logan's Ejection Such wywuMctuis Kare time all the minor office is above sus- 1.100 an i by those whoe honesty Lancaster.. Good Fortune TM .."Stanford ...1,300 1,400 1,000 Lebanon picion and who are imbued with true ersallles .. hsnninnn tet Go. T.rmUrllln LI fim 1,400 1,500 is one of the amusing signs of the Democratic pr nciples- Mudlsonvle.'uoO.LaHl It On one point Mr. Seymour expresses disheartened condition of the RepubliRelegated to fourth class. He can sec no . can party that it is stilly talking and ex- him elf emphatically. Center Colleoe has educated seventeen single event of President Cleveland's ; of a Rqpub-lica-n college presidents, forty one college proalting over the public life which casts a doubt on .his in the Republican State of fessors, fourteen Representatives in ConDemocracy, and he believes Senator gress, four U. S. Senators, fivo Governors Illinois. Three years ago such an event that as a man of brain and judgment of States, one of the United would have been taken as a matter of the President must recognize the ueccs- States, one Justice of the United States ourse and dismissed after threo days. sitv of stremrtheninire theii"Democratic . 4 J f ,, Supremo Court, twenty-fou- r of a man wno has party, anu tne iony 01 pimin uaugcr-ou- s Circuit But tho Judges, State and National, thirty-seve- n winning the first distinct hands of any men weapons into the "the credit of editors, etc. No institution in Kentucky Kepublican victory during tho Cleve- whose sentiments prejudice them against sends out year by year a larger class of land Administrate is soch a piece of Democratic traditions and w ho may at graduates. rare good fortune to tho overthrown any moment bo iound in opposition to AVm. B.Flemino, of Kentucky, party that its organs can. not let it go. the Democracy. was appointed Associate Justice of the Supremo They are still nursing it with the paMr. Seymour speaks of his closing ferocity of a bereaved tigress life, his entire happiness, his affection Court of New Mexico. thetic St. Joseph's Academy, nFraukfort, has over her last remaining cub. The Cin- for his old associate! and friends and closed after one of the moct successful sescinnati Commercial Gazette icjoices his confidence in the American people sions since its foundation. that the Logan powder fund has re- in language o" touching simplicity.' 1hae AVm. Ryan, switchman on the L. &N. R. sulted in such a "resounding demon- venerable statesman and staunch Dam-nnR., was run over and killed at Louisville. rnds an honorab'c public ca stration." and it mouths, savagely over A peculiar and fatal disease has broken '.u tnk thnt "the solemn sound inrred reer with a dignity aud kindliness which out among cattle in Bath County. prove that the people were right to trust the windows of the AVhite House" Ground for the new Louisville Customwhoro a Democratic President holds nnd honor him The sunset of his life house was broken on the 22d. The building authority. presents its most attractive and beauti is to bo completed in 1890. Ttntlet us not complain of these poor lul colors. A'. )'-- World.- A Louisville negro applied to the polico people. Their very "r&'jounding demTho first American almanac is beto protect him from his own shadow, which onstration" over so small a victory is a lost cause. They lieved to have been issued in 1C87 by he declared was trying to sand-ba- g proclamation of the'r him. A Paducah farmer recently plowed up & are in a condition to make the most of William Bradford, in Philadelphia. The Richard's AlmanaeV Spanish silver coin dated 1792. A lot of a small favor. They must spread the teleLratd , 'similar coins have been found on the sums butler thin over their bitter black bread w,is published in 173- -. and continued-farm at previous times. and make it go asjr "possible. They until 1757 Pa-duc- ah, The grand jury of Franklin County, having inspected the County Jail and State Penitentiary, report finding the former In a filthy coudition, while that of the penitentiary was much better. A Shelby County man, charged with stealing tho wife and horse of a neighbor, hns been held for trial on tho latter charge. Or seventeen deaths reported in Louisville on the 25th, thirteen were under one y. V the President, and Mr.Cleve-i,- i of the Ssaaor him as nn.iV snecial oWgwns to him. The story of the occarfen for his special If it had gratitude has never-- b llfiim am not been for the Seaatwc tnj. JCUJUU ttbil esident. It ,vnt,i.i tint. hnv eloetoaf a conspiracy was he who discovered Ki publicans, to carry New JerseyJ mpaign he During tneiauer par went over the State wlt one or two eing how trained men for the pOg' northern the election was nttrcanie to nnrt nt ihn Stntrt OT1B of Sia & are? htm and said: "The' ft understand stranirelv confldont.. I 11 .. ? ,ri it-- i. Know a iiennnusM lnrvo, who has wAljftl'i . iU)riiivL.tiij jT, &' .7 TT. ,T afSatw years, ue ioju 'me omi , intended to bet this moneyupa Blaine's carrying the State." This reprt caused grave apprehension in &enau ucrner-son'- s mind. Ho thought it verjstrange his that this man would bo willing tCnskcersavings upon anything less thana tainty. So he sent for him and him. By promising to mah good to him the amount of his bet this spcula-tlv- o Republican was induced to t4 the reasons for his confidence. After some hesitation the man tol tha story of tho trade that had been lade. Three of the leading candidates for cjnty positions in the northern part of NewJer-se- y had made a definite arrangemontvith the Chairman of tho Republican tate Central Committee to throw overlaid tho National ticket in return for help o the local ticket. The Senator instantly (aw tho importance of tho story. Such drills wero given him as to hike of tho him positive that it could be carrieoout unless the conspiracy was exposed. Iftlio trado should stand, New Jersey woul( go Republican by about 2,500 majority. The Senator does not caro to mention the names of these Democrats who werele-tccte- d in this conspiracy. He visited tm very promptly alter he had heardjhe story. Ho charged them directly withhe Intention of selling out the National ticet. Ho was able to so convince them obis knowledge of this conspiracy that ley found it useless to even attempt a deml. s He warned all of the Democrats in whero tho trade had hen mado, and notified the traitors tat they if to carry ut attempted their plan they would never agin bo allowed to live in the State of fcw Jorsey. Terrified by this awful thrat, they rallied to a sense of duty nnd did Ot self out. The day of tho election abut noon Senator McPherson met tho Chtr-ma- n of tho Republican State Central Ho said: "McPherson, lam abut sending out dispatches to the chairmen of tho State Central Committees in Nw York, Connecticut and Indiana. I to your soeing them." "VVht havo you told them!" suid McPherson. 'I have told them," said be, "that this Strte hunded will go for Blaine by twenty-fiv- e majority: that nothing on arth can it. I am sending this out to encourage them to pile up good majoritie in their States." Senator McPherson sailed at this bragging statement; He laid "I am too good a f ri nd of yours to want to see you make a fool of yourself. P have no doubt what you have writtm would have been true if the election hid taken place a week ago. But we discovired your little game. It has been headed)ff. This State will go Democratic by fourthousand The Republican Chairman majority." looked at the Senator a momerf a4 wif in Joubt. The tone of his voico prhaps convinced hira of the truth of his jdeclaralion ltfnll.-i.I ITo tA ti .VMiv. vu KU -- -- " Z rSS3-J- . ryte td. during the friend of ought to bo pardoned for their long and savago oxnltation over the election of Logan to the Senae, for he ia the man they failed to elect to the Matters havo been going from bad to worse with them in such a headlong fashion, since last summer, that it would be cruel to mock at their present rejoicings. Their victories nowadays are so rare that when ono come it must be made to last as long as possi ble. Sl.Zouis Jlepiiblicaru Vice-Presiden- " k A REFORM ADMINISTRATION OFjk g' ' Jjln5,' 3Ir. C'Ieeliind Carrying Out the Pro- gramme of Reform Successfully. All men agree that the new Administration is carrying out the programme of reform conscientiously and sue 'essfully. The Republican part fair-minded -- . ? ed gent, honest and patr.otic men the great masses do rejoice. Air. Cleveland has made mistakes, as a matter of course, for he is but human. But when the difficulties that he had to encounter upon assuming office are taken into consideration, the reform brought about in three months is almost marvelous. On the 4th of March tho President found a State Department filled with diplomatic agents who wero drawing good salaries without rendering any Under Secretary o mivalont service. Bayard tho consuls are to bo eniployed in obtaining valuab'e commercial information in the respective countries where they are stationed and trans- WnmentWr a rntUny.liU ;- - fnj- - r -- vu 2 , 5!t '$ -- w thenn-munitie- Cqi-mitte- e. ship-buildin- havtno-abjectio- pe-ve- nt t'al M "Jjogi-men- -- - m.n.j T--a Post-Offic- rl ...iri-fc-f-4- n ve post-oflie- cs blood-curdlin- nine-year-o- ld as e, pall-bearer- s, 1 ! ! ex-G- ov 1 , , . -- on -- Vice-Preside- nt 1 mt I J! !i h 1 - " Ik liAa v h; yzfr&F&j- - SrESK V i ThA him that ho could not complv at nn- HlO.ITTTinTI 1 ent with his rcnucst, and was nblired even to detain Key himself and his vessel until the operation upon Fort GBOftGB WABREN, Publisher. was concluded. The Admiral's vessel being overKENTUCKY. crowded, ho sent the HICKMAN. American "entle-me- n on board of the frigate Surprise, commanded by his son. Sir Thomas A FOREST HYMN. Cochrane, where they spent the niht, and thus moveil on to the attack. The plowing- sun is rMInff high During the bombardment of the fort. Ainld the arches of the sky. Mr. Key and his friends, including Bt. Dreamy iilr lies stllL No sound disturbs the loafr plQO Bcancs. were sent on board their owr mado 5avo that by busy woodbill decayed little vessel under a guard of marines, Upon some aneicnt trunk, and thus they were afforded an oppor-unit- v Calm broods o'er rale and MIL to witness the action. In such an hour I loro to stray Of all the thousands of human beings From haunts of toitinjr men away, Mid forest depths profound; within hearing of that bombardment, There, in a bliss of solitude. there was probably not one o fitted by intrude. Where no dull cares of earthquietude nature and education to be moved by it. And Nature breathes sweet The grand old trees around Francis S. Key, then thirty-fir- e vcars of age, a lawyer in good standin"" at the Tho heart by dally cares oppressed, The wearied spirit flndeth rest. distinguished bar of his native State, As, pillowed on tho sod, was a son of John Boss Key, an officer With nought above but leaf and sky. in tho armv of tho Revolution. Ilehac And lorlnjf look of Heavenly Eye. hovering nigh, Perchance with ansrelsGod. been noted from his youth up for the. dream of Nature's aruur oi nts patriotism, ana, he had atEduunJ X. Ittchanls, tn Current. tempted more than once to celebrate in verse the gallant deeds of his country"BANNER." men. He had a habit of dashin"" down lines and stanzas that occiirredto him on any old scrap of paper that came The Thrilling Event Which In- first to his hand, and several of his poems were gathered up by his friends spired This Patricio Song. from the litter of his ofiice. All da the bombardment continued borne; across the A piece of news was During ,the whole without ceasing. Atlantic Ocean in May, 1814, which night they remained on dedc. following chilled with apprehension every Ameri- with their eyes the continuous arcs ol can heart: Napoleon Bonaparte had lire from the enemy's ships jo the fort. the" poet, aid the little been overcome bv the- allied armies of The anxiety of company of Americans aboitlum, grew Europe, and was safely imprisoned on j only more intenso wheu darkness covThJSs intelligence ered the scene, and theyojpld form no nWTini timt ihn conception of the progres3or tho probascuts "nntT'irrfiiies 'of Great Britain, ble issue of the strife. , Suddenly, about thrc'in the mornwhich for twelve years had been waging war with France, were now disengaged, ing, the tiring ceased. As .they were ditance from the and would have little to do, and would anchored at some Vere utterly at a British voxels, tiiev be free to overwhelm and cruh the j los to interpret this nysterious silence. Republic of the United State. We Had the fort snrrejdered? were then in the pecoud year of that As the v walked upand down the deck i contest with Great Britain which we of their vessel in tft darkness and night, tcy kept going to still call the War of 1812. It was a i lence of the to look,t their watches to the b'nnacle summer of alarm, and the whole coast must elapse was alive with the bustle of defensive see how many ruinut, morewhether the before they could iLcern preparation. The invasion came. The enemy's flag over Fort McIIery was the banner, oithc union jack of ships entered Chesapeake Bay about the Lnjjland. first of June, a lleet of frigates and The daylight dawed at length. With lighter vessels. In August Admiral bay in a great a thrill of triumph nd gratitude, they Cochrane entered the saw that "our lia was still there.' fleet anS three or four "thousand sol- - j They soon pcrceivec from many other a .i;-- . signs that the attacl both b laud and fi, ;., tiTc - .o,-- - t.V t,..t..-ti,- . a.aaa.ajV IMVI1 W - sea. had failed, andhat Baltimore was .,n.,rvfilUVt " Tliev war and an army of ten thousand troops safe. woundedcould se with their glasses troop carried on board the and marines. Every one knows what followed Tho the ships, and at las the whole British country was invaded, Washington was army re embarking Afew minutes abr the dawn of that tacked" and pillaged and its public buildclor'ous day, when the poet first felt ings burned. The enemy retired with i im- considerable loss, it is true, but triumph- sure of the issue of he battle, the pulse to express hi' feelings in verse dearly-bougant and exulting. It was a ' in victory, for it silenced opposition i rushed Uon him. He foundupon his pocket a letter, amhe wrote the ' Ani;lf i ,.nn. back of it the first lies of the song. In ;., tiw. " of to hour he could not j tne excitement defense. some . i go on with his taskbut he wrote a fil... ,7,.a fn- Titt;ci, n,i llne made their 'second 'attempt upon that furthcr h'ct "Pn t,h.e t Some lincshe retained in his irxr ni inni nnici itninmnni innn thousand inhabitants, enriched by the memory without mking any record of prosperous comnietve of the hist quarter them. When his gard of marines left of a century, would have been a valua- him free to hoist anhor, and sail for ble prize; aud would have given the foe the c'ty, he wrote ot the soig on the a hold of the shores of the Chesapeake, , way, very nearly ast now reads, and from which they would have been dis- - ou reaching his hotl in Bafcimore ho lodged with dithcultv. ashington. was made a clean copy of it- - ffhe next but a straggling village, without milita- - nwrnrng no siioweuw nis trouicr-in-... -1 . , min fir.' DELIGHT IN THE LOUD. MJn'a Mistakoa in Judging and Condemning. Many tVoulil Fonrist Cod, Whllo Other What Dread and DUUke lllm It In to Delight In tho Mc-Hen- ry Almighty. From n Recent Sermon by Itev. Charles II. Bnurgeon. " For then 6halt thou have thy delight in tho Almighty, and Shalt lift up thy face unto God."-Jo623- :2ff. THE MISTAKE OP ELIPHAZ. "STAR-SPANGLE- D - nncin "" i- -I star-spangl- ed ,k;i, .o-ocwi li-it-- ci, 11.1 WIVJCV- V . f., ht ,.t i,, ,. ,, .. -- , ' -- v. iKSPefilrS .emially ing position, capable of being defended, j M:irland. who, Jinto Is he yas, had Two miles below the city, on a point of commanded a companyof volmteers in land jutting into the water, stood then, Fort McIIcnry during the bmbard-men- tami now stands. Fort McHenry, so We may be sure thAt uch Judge named after one of the early statesmen read the song with no crical yc So of Maryland. Sturdy arms'and willing laboring there for manv delighted was he with it, fliat hs sent it hearts had wecks to strengthen its fortifications round to a printer, Benjanjn Efs, who a comipv of lT..ty..ulto.Ug;inK.iivtr poNltlon.i Jiadas.o-cominande- the late operations. ....,.. ... "iitiuuii vi iiciiicnani troojjs in d. uoionci oeorgo Armistcad. The time prentice. Samuel Sands, who as livin naa ocen well cmnloved. and the ml - l'n Baltimore in 1878. instantl'set it in lant commander had a modest conli- - I T6' an m less than an.hour' was dis- dence in his ability to ronel the imnosino tnbuted all over tho city of (altimorc fleet of Cockburn, which now consisted received by every one with cthusiasm. of more than forty vessels, and carried tint what is a ong nithot music? seven thousand troons. The fate of An old Baltimore soldwr tol in after Baltimore depended absolutely upon his i years how tho word! cam to be so happily wedded to themusia to which uumiu-- j mis position. The banner which it has ever since been 'sung. A group volunteers lay scattered oer one of floated over the fort had been made by j a Jady of lialtimorc, Mrs. Mary Pickers- - ine green mil neariialtimcro a day or gill, aided by her daughter. These tu' after the bombrdment ladies, full of the patriotic feeling of ' "Have j'ou herd Francis Key's the hour, made a flag worthy of the 1m - ' Peni?" said a menoer of tie company, portauce of the occasion. It contained j wno nau iust; eorae n from tho town, to a C0P.V 4 it from Iiis pocket four hundred yards of bunting. It was 5t loud so large that the ladies were'obliged to j and them as they lay the grass. It was called for spread it out in the malt-houof a uPa again, xie reau in second time, ana a neignooring brewery. Uhen Mrs. Pickersgill's daughter third, more soldies gathering about to was an old lady of seventv-si- x vears. "wi ii, uui.ii le wnoie seemed to be prcsut. she used to describe the scene. "I remember," she wrote, "seeing An actor, namecFerdinand D n rang. my mother down on the floor placing wno was aiso asoluicr, sprang up, the stirs. After the comnletion of tin. rushed into a tent Seized his brother's flag she superintended the tonnino- of it. music book, used - both of them for having it fastened in the most 'secure tne5r flutes, examipd piece after piece, manner to prevent its being torn away anu at length cne(out: "Boys, I have hi it! " by balls. The wisdom of her precaution He had selected )ie air of a favorite was shown during the engagement manv shots piercinf it but ir. still re old hnghsh song, oiled "To Anacreon mained firm to the staff . ,Mv mother ' '" Heaven," writtn by John Stafford worked many nights until twelve o'clock Smitn about the tear 1772. It was composed for a muical club which met to complete it in a given time. . The reader will see in a moment the at the Crown an( Anchor lavern in significance of this statement. But for London, frequentc by Dr. Johnson and the firm and faithful stitching of these Sir Joshua Keynofc. As soon as Fertwo patriotic ladies, we should nrnh.iMu dinand Duraug ha selected the music, he mounted a stoo and sung it to his have had no song of the comratLs with all the fire xanner. ami spirit of whichhe was capable. An September the Cth the great British says: fleet left its anchorage in Chesapeake "How the men sbuted and clapped! Bay and sailed for Baltimore; and enfor tered the Patapsco Rieer, upon which ... never was therea wedding of poetry , : , ; the city stands, tive days after. Twelve mj music iiiauc unuir sllCIl luspiring in Gettinsrz brief furlough, the miles below Baltimore, thev landed tliienccs, seven thousand men. Hannilv. tlu Brothers Durang s:rj it in public soon . camps. llHlff AfnMilnmlAM auu Ti. .l . uiuwc ,u,uiiaiiuui3 "i i eiinsvivaiiuins . after. It was -- ""s"r tin in the were ready for them. Three "thousand ! iin,a. slmK arondth(i bivouac nres, and militiamen, volunteers from Maryland whittled in the street: and when peace and Pennsylvania, commanded by Gen- was declared, and wt scattered to our homes, it was carried to thousands of eral John Strieker, d anil withstood this great firesides as the most Precious relic of JSrk, nmjander, General the War of 1812." The flag of Fort.McHjirv, which to aban- the ong of FnmckKcjysfuT exon the attack. While these events were occurring, ists in a tolerable state of preservation. ' the great vessels in the Brit'sh fleet Colonel Armistead caused It to be taken moved up the river, anchored before dawn from the stiff after tie battle, and Fort McHenry, and began to pour upon its honorable wounds bound about by the it that tempest of shot, shell and rockets, ever very ladies who had mile it It was after carefully presened. He left which the author of our song has commemorated. Every gun was heard in ,to his widow, who in turn fcqucathed it Baltimore. We can well imagine the to their joungest daughter, bornnndcr feelings of its inhabitants during the it in Fort McHenry after fee bombardment: and she in turn leftit to her son, twenty-fou- r hours of its continuance. The author of the song, Francis Scott Mr. Eben Appleton. of Yonkers. New Key, was not a combatant in the battle, lork, who now possesses it It was although he witnessed it from beginnin-t- raised over Fort McHenrv for the last end. During the first operations on time September 14, 1824, tt the recepthat coast Admiral Cockburn and sev- tion ot General Lafavette.( : The author of the wmg died at Baltieral officers of the British army occuyears, and pied as their headquarters a house at more in 1843, aged sixty-foi- r in 1857 a small volume of his poems .Marlborough, belonging to an Vnrk. physician of the place, Dr. Beancs, was published in the citr-Air-fowhom they detained as a prisoner, lest He has living desccndant5.-Lawetn Youth's Companion, he should send the nevs of their land- - i ing to Baltynore. He was a particular The contract for the great bridge friend of Mr. Jvcy and of his family. Hearing that the doctor was about to be across Lake Champlain, from Xorth Hero carried off by the enemy. Key obtained the K.to Alburgh, Vt. has been awarded permission from tho commanding Gen- field, K Hawkins Iron Works, SpringMass.. for a little Je than $50,-00eral of the American forces to go to the This is to bo the grst iron bridge British fleet under a flag of truce, and Lake make an attempt to procure the old acrossbridge Champlain. m1 wm be the finest m the State of Vermont, gentleman's release. In a letter to his one mother, written just as he was about to and moreofthe finest in New England, years start upon this errand of friendship, he ior Lslothan 200 have tfe people of Grand County t&a obliged to wrote: cross the lake by boats avmimer and hope to return in about eight or on the ice in winter. A httiee has been tea days, though it is uncertain, as I do talked of for twenty yea 5y0 Times. sot know wHcre to find the fleet" He set sail from .Baltimore about the The sons of five of promitkird of September, and found the Brit- nent shoe manufacturaria Germany ish Meet at the mouth of the Pattucent are now in this couatrfpioved in boand for the attack on Fort McHenry. different shoe factoriw&heir object He treat oa board the vessel of Admiral being to study the best flares of the Ceokraae, to whom he 6tated his American method of aWffcaUng. It aad asked for the release of Dr. is rejiorted that moreGeSt&s , areeom- I .. .laajuu - TIw A.l: t i vcu l. nag nerc ior tne same mm wfcfc the utmcMt civilitv. tmfc iBfnrraMi i &;,....,. SIS!?- .nuffatt awttOT bc-33Cn--nT- J" - 1 star-spanirl- ed ' I & se - I I- I -- Star-Spangle- d eye-witne- ss 1 :i -- I ' well-poste- -- a"-e- n s vt w, 0. I Eliphaz and his friends had judged Job from their own point of view, making thoir own experience to be tho standard. They themselves had prospered, and therefore they Inferred that if a man served God he must necessarily prosper In worldly thin&s; and that if ho did not succeed as they had done, he must have been guilty of great crimes. Though they could not discover any actual fault in Job, they concluded, without further evidence, that he must have been a hypocrite, and have acted oppressively to his servants, or have been unmindful of tho claims of the poor, or In some other way have brought upon himself the wrath of God. It never entered their mind that so terrible a sickness and such a list of dreadful calamities could have befallen any man except as a punishment for special sin. They inferred virtue from prosperity, and sin from adversity. Unrighteous and cruel logic I At once false and brutal! It renders them at onco false witnesses and Pharisees; condemning tho innocent because of their sorrows, and flattering themselves because of their ease. To jadgo according to outward circumstances has been tho tendency of men in nil times; even David could not understand bow it was that tho wicked were so free from troubles, while all the day long he was himself plagued, nud chastened every morning. A ri3ht principle lay nt the bottom of this wouder; for, indeed, the Lord will rewnrd the good and punish the wicked; but a great mistake Is made when wo suppose that this life is the time for meting out rewards and punishments. Wo must not judgo according to tho sight of the eyes, or according to present conditions, or we shall make gross mistakes. The richest may be tho most wicked, and the poorest may be the most gracious; those who suffer least may deserve to suffer most, and those who are most afflicted in this life may have the highest glory in the life to come. I suspect that Eliphaz and his friends had enjoyed smooth sailing. IIow should they judge the man who had done business amid tempests? Their mental life was not disturbed by great conflicts; they had not gone deeply into things, nor searched to the bottom of spiritual matters; they had no knowledge of their own hidden corruptions, and had endured but little of the rod of chastisement, and, consequently, they had been at ease. Their mistake was that they sat in judgment upon another who was more tried than themselves, and condemned him for beinc in sore distress. Their own serenity led them to judge tho troubled one very harshly. This ought not to be. If any of us are inclined thus to judge and condemn, it is time that we put this mischievous spirit far from us. If we judge others, others will judge us. God's children alwaj's play the fool when they play the judgo; they are never in order wheu they act as if they were the head of the family of grace. Tho Father knows all His children. All who observe carefully will also know that while sorao are strong in the Lord and in the power of His might, others are weak in faith and mere babes In grace. These little ones are not one jot the less precious in the sight of the great Father than the more fully grown ones. Let none of tho strong cattle push the weak cattle with horn and with shoulder; for when tho weak ones complain unto God He will regard them, and will average them upon the proud. If thon ho strong, God kaep theo bo, and make thoe stronger; but use not thy strength for trending down the weak. If thou bo weak, the Lord strengthen theo and deliver theo from this malady; but do not envy tho strong, and begin to speak lightly of those who excel thee. The moi e of light, tho more of jo-- , the more of holy confidence, the moroof faith, tho moro glory to God: therefore covet these things earnestly an among the best gifts. May the Holy Ghost help us to attain the highest degree of grace; but may Ho ever prevent us from judging our brethren. Hero was the fault of Eliphaz. He was right in many of his statements, but ho was wrong in his ungenerous application of them to holy Job. Many men forget God: He is uo object of delight to them, for they ignore His existence, and they would even think it a groat relief If It could be proved that there were no God no God to observe them, no God to record their misdeeds, no God to call them to judgment, no God to punish them for their iniquities. Let us pity tho multitudes who claim to be happy without God; for it is the last extreme of depravity when, blotting out God from his soul, a man obtains a wretched comfort as the consequence of his folly. To be without God is to be without rest in the present and without hope for tho future. Great numbers of men go a stage further: they believe in God, they can not doubt that there is a Most High God who judgeth the children of men; but their only thought towards Him is that of dread and dislike. They do not want to hear of him: if the things of God are forced upon their attention they are soon weary of such distasteful themes, for they ouhy look upon God ns a just and terrible Judge, who will certainly punish thsm for their transgressions. It is woe to them even to think of the great God. Though thi3 dread of God, and this neglect of God, can not deliver them out of His hands, yet they find a kind of comfort In it As we are told of the ostrich I know not whether it be true or not that when It cau not escape the hunter it buries its head In the sand so ns not to see its pursuer; so these foolish persons blind their own eyes, and thus produce a foolish security of heart They think of God with dread, dismay, despond- ency anddespair. I am grieved to add that this principle even tinctures the thoughts of true friends of God: for when they bow down before God it is not with the reverence of a loving child, but with the terror of a slave; they are afraid of Him who should be their exceeding joy. Their vidw of God is incorrect, for it is not such as the Spirit of adoption would give them. They are really trusting in Him and in tho great propitiation which Ho has set forth, but they have not come to know Hlni under that blessed term which our Saviour puts Into our mouths when He bids us say: "Our Father which art in Heaven." Such trembling ones are still under the spirit of bondage, which causes them to fear, as condemned persons dread the executioner. They stand like Israel trembling at the foot of Sinai; they have not come unto Mount Zion and the blood of sprinkling, which speaketh better things than that of Abel. God is still to them exceeding terrible, so that they fear and quake. Even though they are His children, they are notable to lift up their faces unto their own Father. They haunt the outer courts of the sanctuary, but into the most holy place they do not dare to enter: they see the smoke of but they have not the learned to feed upon It,and so to have happy communion with God. These peoplo may bo safe, but they are not happy: they may be saved from sin, but not from sorrow. Faith, if it were stronger, would effectually slay and bury servile fear. burnt-offerin- g, SHORT-CAK- E FOR ONE. mighty. Itremblo at any teachinj, religions or scientific, which seems to place - " Ruttc and the Misting God further oft thnn we havobelievsd Hlnj nko .ARony btrawucrry i ouuu at lmu to be. To draw Him nearer to me, and Puck. myself nearer to Him, Is the Innermost longing of my soui. Do you not feci the same? I know you do if you have a childlike spirit towards Him. We delight to seo God in the shadow of every passing cloud, in the coloring of overy opening flower, In the glitter of every dewdrop, in the twinkling of every star. The Lord Is personally at work in all tha processes of nature, and natural laws aro simply the Lord's usual method of operation. Our God is so near us thnt In Him we live, and move, and have our being. Beloved, tho thought of God Is to the souls of those who know and love Him the most delightful that can cross the hiind. To put God away from us is t" "Waiter strorb'ry short-cak- e injury to our happiness, as well as treason to our duty; but to get nearer and I TAW0tR3sH0lrO clearer views of His omnipresence, His omniscience, His omnipotence, is to increase tho joy of our hea't. Practically put, this delight in the Almighty shows itself in the Christian when nothing else remains to him. Jf he lx stripped of everything, he cries: "The Lord i my portion." When the cupboard is bare, and the garments aro worn out, and poverty stares the man in the face, he says: "My God is such a satisfactory and portion that I am rich and Increased In goods while possessing nothing but my God." The same la true when such a man is surrounded with every "Yesstr hero y'are, sir." earthly comfort, for ho still feels: "The Lord is my portion." STRAWBEHPT Tho saint begi SPCPr vehemently of his God that he may not havo his portion in this life. If God were to multiply his stores beyond his power to count them, he would be dissatisfied unless in all these bo saw bis Father's covenant love. One saint, who suddenly became poor, was still as happy as over, for he said: "When I had abundance, I saw God in all things, and now that I have lost my property I see all things in GoJ." Tiesa are "qually blessed states of mind. It were well to combine them, and seo God In all things, and all things In God, at the k U samotimo! So it should be with tie beWhat's he done with the trorb'ries? " liever. "Why," saith he, "theso earthly comforts never were iny delights; these were not my dally manna, butj only little stny-by- s for the timo; sips of sweetness while I pass through the barren wilderness." The Lord was and. is my chief portion, my well of comfort, tbe rock of my salvation. If wo make props of our outward joys, we shall fall when they aro taken away; but If wo rest wholly upon the foundation of Divine love, altogether apart from external things, we shall never bo moved. Happy is the Christian who can practically enjoy delight in the Almighty by making Him to be his all in alt, all tho day, and every day. "There's the short-cakbut where'a toe "Delightthy&elf in tho Lord." This will strorhVy part?" give you plea-urin the midst of pain. Do WffAW you know what it is to have many aches and sufferings, and perhaps a throbbing hend, and yet to feel that you have another self which has no pains, because it dwells in God, where all is calm and quiet? You felt that it would bo a great mercy to bo released from this painful life; and yet you have not raised the question with your God, but have waited His good pleasure. Faith has made you feel: "Wherever I am, whatever I feel, so long as God is near me, and His sweet love tills my bosom, I will greatly rejoice and triumph in the God of my salvation." This will show itself in your life, for It "Hi waiter l" will be a pleasure to do anything to exalt tho name of God. It will gild your ordinary conversation with Heavonly splendor, If in it you adorn the doctrine of God your Saviour In all things. You will march to Heaven beneath the spell of celestial music, and tho bliss of the glorified will stimulate your spirits, when you can feel that all is for God, and that God is all In all to you. This is to delight yourself In tho Almighty. God give us to get into that state, and to keep there till we leap to Heaven, aud aro in that state. r rJy! im)mM e; e THE NAME ALMIGHTY. ever-blessed I call your attention to the special name by which Eliphaz describes the God; ho says: "Delight thyself In "Eureka, Ly Goshl'' the Altiuijhty." Is It not singular that ho should choose a term descriptive of omA SUPERIOR WOMAN. nipotence ns the paramount cause of tho believer's delight? God is lovo, and I can IIow She Managed to .Ucct n Sto:Ic A readily understand how one might delight HCtmneiit. himself in God under that aspect; but the Sau Francisco Chro.iiclc believer is taught to delight himself In It is no use denying tho superiority of God ns strong and mighty. What a mercy woman. Whenever a man gets up a shrewd it Is thnt thero is a power that makes for scaeme and tuakes It a success all his righteousness! that at the back of all applaud him, shake hands with these wars and confusions, and behind all him, pat him on the back and stand him sin and false doctrine, there is an infinite drinkj. There is a modesty about female ly powerful God! During tho last few Ingenuity that prevents publicity and all weeks you havo felt an intense joy in the its attendant evils. There is a married omnipotence of God. You havo whispered lady in this town who would be a fortune to your forebodings: "It Is all right. The i either as an advance agent of a show, n Almighty is not paralyzed, His arm is not partner in a bank or a manipulator ou 1'iue shortened, the Lord reigneth." Brethren, street. The Pioduce Exchange should tho pendulum swings to and fro, advancnako her an honorary member, and if sho ing and retreating, but yet there is a real were in Chicago she would bo a grain progress made; you can not see it by tieen, or something like it. She was dabwatching tho pendulum; but up higher on bling in stocks. For most men assessments the face of the clock there is evidence of are nightmares, but assessments have no an onward march and of a coming hour. terrors for your true woman. There catno Tho Kingdom of God is coining; righteousdue a little matter of fifty dollars delinness shall prevail. Delight also in the fact quent on a few shares sho held. Her husthat Jehovah is almighty in mercymighty band believed her pure and unspotted from to save. Ho can forgive the greatest sin; the stock market. Indeed be thought she He can change the hardest heart; He can knew nothing about business at all. She llfOn ns tr ftrrlit: nt,t. iintn vintnrrr tiA Rtprn- - was busted, had not a cent, and she estof our battles against unrighteousness; j dare not ask him for tho money. She did He is stronger thnn sin and Satan; for all not want to let the stock go. As she sat power dwells with him. Surely, when demurely trimming a new hat one evening, you sse omnipotence linked with rightwith a most demuro and purely demestio eousness aud mercy, you will delight yourlook of love in her pensive yea, and her self In the Almighty. d devoted husband satin Think of the Lord's almightiness in the slippers reading opposite, a bright idea matter of tho keeping, preserving, defendstruck her. She aiose early next morning ing and perfecting of nil His people. The and went down to a friend of hers. Her sheep of His pas'turo shall not perish; for husband had a dog of which he thought tho good Shepherd is omnipotent to smite the world. He would not lose that dog for the roaring Hon who would devour them. anything. She took that dog with her. Nouo that trust In Him shall ever be After she had paid her call she said: ashamed or coufouud.nl, world without "I wish j ou'd let me leave this dog around fellow-men ! -- dressiug-gownan- GIRL. An Important Qutlon for Farmers Dur- The rreJcM,3ret KT a Cnnraiicr for the jjPedcital Fund. ing the Summer. Thh Bartja'di pedestal fund Is nearly This question becomes an important complete. me 8tatua jias arrived and ow J one with a large class of farmers every soon Kajbor will be graced the ifcgt raagnlfltent colossal summor. During tho fall, winter and by ,Y world Etat??. has ever ssen. spring water is plenty, and stock have "LibertyJQijfjntening the World I" access to all they want and that, too, What a prn4f3S blessing personal liberty Is. It is the4rinQ ftt which people, ground without any e.tra labor or trouble. But Under tbe fcei 0f tyranny in the older when tho hot days in July and August worlds, ivt&lp with a ferrency that a come tho water fails, and the farmer is Americans ka scarcely realizs: ft isdie principle fdhrbich Nihilists willfngiy put to considerable trouble to furnish a the death oJH0g3. and fit anj proper lt js that at tne4ry entrance of .the Bay of supply of water. Water is very neces- Isewiorktlg emblematic Statue should sary, and the purer tho better. If you flash a welctie to the world. The press entitled to the credit df this regard the health and want to keep 3'our stock thrifty, a good supply of achievement jir. Philip Beers, who has been making circuit of the country on pure water is very essential. behalf Ol tJPeuestal fund, says that the Pond water will answer during the fund will cjfeiniy be raised, as the World early soring, but during tho summer is does not knw the wordaf. Mr. Beertfcyg that he has found the unquestionably very unwholesome, and most pronOBfcej among those should be used only as a last resort Of of foreign Mb. generosity more They seem apprecicourse, generally a pond can be secured ative of llbeiy than do our native born. with less expense than by almost any Moreover, nmg somo a strange prejudica other plan, yet it furnishes waters of tho seems to exit "rrejudicx In what particular?" very poorest quality. 'I have evifound Good running spring water is one of rious a thingnay that however meritobe, thousands of the best that can bo secured on the will Inevitafci b prejudiced againstpeopler it. g farm, and a farm that has a have spent of my life on the road and spring, sufficiently strong to I know the American people 'like a book,' furnish water for all the farm stock, in- In 1879 a petonal misfortune illustrated previdliir prejudice. I was very creases tho value of the farm con- this had snared for several years ill, siderably. When spring water can not with heailact fickle appetite, dreadwell bo secured, well water or cisterns ful back ashe, rramps, hot head, cold must be tiie next dependence. A good hands and feetnd a general break down cistern is located conveniently to the of the system 1 dracced myself back to Stew iotk, barn, built so as to insure pure water, treatment. seejng the best professional It happens that among my that is, cemented and raised sufficiently relatives is a ditinguished physician who high so as to keep out all the surface upbraided mj roundly for preaching Finally, water, with troughs from the stable or so much abot my own case. to soma srit, I remarked him: barn. If a large number of stock is with " 'Sir, you low that much of your prokept a good sized cistern will be re- fessional wisiiin is pretense. You are quired. a'et if care is taken to do this controlled, br (prejudice. You can not work well, walling up with brick and reach a cm it. xuluo and you know it, then cementing well it will last a long can you!" 1 had him; nd he finally conceded the time, and with a good pump Avill be noint. for it wb bricht's disease of the found very convenient, so much so that kidneys which Ind prostrated me, and tho schoolmen adiflt they can not cure it. it will pay for itself many times over. Having cured pyself, however, in 1879, Drilled wells on large "farms where a and nothavingoen a sick day since, my large number of stock are kept will be relative finally admitted that Warner's end, especially if safe cure, which accomplished this result, found the best in the a good wind mill can bo used to pump was really a woaderful preparation. Had the and carry the water to different parts President Ruttef, of that Central Hudson, am certain A good used It, Ifor he could notbe would be alive of tho barn aud feed lots. have been in a drilled well will furnish a never failing worse coalition thnn I was." " I hare found similar prejudices among supply of water and with a wind mill to pump and force it wherever it is want- all classes concerning even so laudable a pedestal fund." ed a good supply of the best of water scheme as this experience and the recent Mr. Beers's can always be had, and at such places death of resUent Rutter, of the n as can be made tho most convenient for railroad, of an extreme kidney disorder, prores that the physicians have watering tho stock. diseases, Anything that will save time, every no real power over suchone should and inthe oaly course day in the.year, when the expense is not dicatesthe late Dr. IVillard Parker pursue says, is, as too disproportionate to the amount headache, sickness of the stomach, dropsisaved will prove a profitable investment, cal swellings, back oche,darkand offensive aud it will always pay to do this kind of fluids, prt maturely impaired eyesight,loss of strength and energy occur, for they unwork well. indicate a fatal result, if not A small additional expense that will mistakablyarrested. promptly insure so much more convenience should every cent needed for the "Yet, always bo done when pos ble, as such pedestal will be raised. Of course it will the li'orfd, but improvements are generally designed for be a great triumph for eternal disgrace would it not have been an permanent use, and tho work should bo had oar people failed to provide for this done in a thorough manner, so that all pedestal?" the benelit possible can be derived from them. Al J. Shepherd, in liurlinqton Asingular incident occurred on the Eawkcye. evening of June 1. Shortlj' after the d accommodation train left SUMMER HATS. Auburmiale, a large grey owl Hew through the open window of the enThn Head Clear Worn by Fashionable gine cab and alighted on the head of the Women During the Summer Season. hrcnisn. After recovering from his sur- Pretty hats for ordinary wear are the E rise the fireman attempted, with the rough straws. These arc produced in elpdf the engineer, to capture the beall colots and shapes, and aro urged by wildered bird, and succeeded after a severe struggle. The owl measured milliners upon tho attention of the pur- thirtyinohes fromtip to tip. Orlando chasers as possessing much style. A Keic Florida. leading shop in Fifth Avenue shows a Tni circus season is upon us, the sawpretty conceit in smothering delicato Washington JIatchtt. roses under tullo scarfs. One brown dust if theyear. rough straw with high crown and small cry Woman Knows Tlicin. rolling brim, was trimmed with dark hnman body is much like a good brown velvet. In front was a velvet clsckbr watch ia its movements; if one goes too slow or too bow, pitched a little to the left, and otheri, ia& had time fast, so follow all the results; if one organ balanced on tho other side by a large or sej of organs works imperfectly, cf Junctional effort of all tho cluster of tea roses caught under soft, sure to follow. Hence it is that the d A numeous ailments which make woman's fluffy folds of tulle. rougli black straw, English shape, had life iiisa'abla are tho direct issuo of the abnormil action of theuterinesystem. For a large bunch of red roses placed class in front, with a veiling of black nil that jjsierous knows of symptoms is them there everj woman tulle. The brim was bound with black and unfiling remedy, Dr. Pierce's "Favor-it- o one velvet. Among the newly, most stylish PrescDtion," tho favorite of tho sex. and ugliest shapes is tho long, liat TnB exfeme height of misery Is a small English turban, whose crown is comboy withlnew pair of boots and no mud pletely covered with oblong folds or of any material the purchaser may puddle. tcVs Sun. choose from cotton goods to satin. The Stronsr Endowment rims are bound with velvet. Xo loops is confem upon that magnificent instior bows aro permitted to break the per- tution, thiiuman system, by Dr. Pierce's fectly flat eflect these hats are intended "Golden Jklical Discovery" that fortifies to have on the head. In shade hats the it against to encroachments of disease. It purifier and alterative, rough and ready straws are shown with is the greaJilood for consumption, broncrowns. andasarAedy broad brims and steeple-shap- e chitis, andil diseases of a wasting naThese are trimmed with loose, full ture, its iefcenco is rapid, efficacious ani bunches of roses, and soft scarfs of permanent Sold everywhere. boating serge, white or black, or a A LirrLKellow who is suro to be found mixture of both colors. Soft are still used, and at church 4 -Sunday - Benny Diction. leghorns $white Panamas. These have low crowns PiKK'sToocnrDnors curelnlmlnute53c. built into high efi'ects by voluminous Glenn's SuJfir Soap heals and beautifies. 25c muslin scarfs. German CoJRkmoveb kills Corns jtnunions. The little capoti bonnet, as the tea-so- n s. A kjd super The small boy on advances, still holds its own by THRambUr. force of its beauty and convenience of form. High effects are produced by Tttw curM of the ocean a. dnndv mid. stiff aigrettes and bows of both broad ehipman.oWen Bays. , . aud narrow ribbons placed not so much immature decline of power in at the side as on tho bonnets worn last winter, but directly in front, lllack either sex.fowever induced, speedily and Consultation beaded bonnets are made of open gauze, permanent cured. stamps. World's free. DisBook for tie letter to show the hair. These skeleton bonpensary JJiical Association, Buffalo,K.Y. nets come in different materials and are almost always pretty. Kibbon .trings The maarto monkeys around machinhave succeeded the velvet ones so long ery often wtvels incog. Oil City Derrick. worn, and are tied a little to one side. In summer veiling, black illusion is preferred, so thin as to almost defy de- WILKOFTS FEVER AND AGUE TONIC A warranted cure for all dleasea tection. These light short veils are alcaused by malarial poisoning ot i r ways placed over tho bonnet, long iv7 the blood, men ax Chilli and Fever, enough to meet and to pin. A French W VH Fever aad Ague, Sun Fains, Dumb Chills. Intermittent, Remittent, style of wearing illusion veils is strugBillons and all other Keren caused gling for acceptance here. It is to have by malaria. It is aiso the safest the veil of sufficient length to pass and best cure for enlarged Sp'.een VVATER FOR STOCK. .. J BARIjjoLDrs BIG Staroa of "Liberty Enlightening the World." The Conm;l:te in charge of the construction of ths be recepttonof this gret wort. base and pedestal i In order to rul.o fiHHU for Its completion, prepared a miniature Status tx Indies tn Height have d never-failin- nt Xlctel-sllrere-t- he Statue Bronzed: Pedestal. which they are now delivering to subscribers Urroujta' out the United States at One Dollar uch. This attractive souvenir and Mantel or Desk orna ment Is a perfect ofthe model furnished by the artist. TbeStatnetteln same metal, unite IntAes Ugh, at Five Uo"tr Xncb, deUrered. The designs o'ttatqe md Pedestal are protected by V. S. Patents, and the inodels can only be furnished by thlt Committee. Address. Mfh remittance e (American Committee of the StaCS of Libert j). UO JUCJIAKD JHTrXUK,Kcretary. . Mercer .Street. SeV York. DRIVEN FR03A SEA TO SEA! Positively tbe f aIet selUns booc since the vlavs ot "Uncle Tom's Cabin," and cunstanujr compareOWUl Dy the ablest crtucs. i- Agents " - Wanted "". to-da- y, Central-Hudso- wj: boot that has been published, and a a piece of execution is very remirkab'e " He also to be unt the book to'resldent ArthurthluK read, and In a. -I letter accompanying, fald: In repard to the flJlsnie or same sen (ce to the country our Land fei stem that "Uncle Tom's Cabin' dldwjia Ron. 11. K. Sulvelr. of Indiana, sars: "It is la. possible to auBclentlj commend your Uxik It ccmca a larger like a rtttlation. It deserves and will receiveor fiction circulation than any other booic of history published within the present century." "The author wiitea to correct ifrtat wroctrs ar. tnowleog fortlflea his statements by facts within the Mrs, Sto o of Intelligent readtw. Bsnce r the day that in 'uncle Tom wrote the doom of she Cabin" no more vigorous blow has ben struck in f av or of Ibe rlshts of the laborer "CAieagj Inttr Ocean. Jan.24.lios. Cloth, B3 TimelSino.. Itlu.trnted. pnfea, wlthapprp. Ca.vaisers already pasei. dlx41 arc having remarkable succcm. gjndforcfi at work fUlars and terms to IV. T.YiUAtlltOFTiCO;. Chicago. 1U. I'abUshera' AgenU, XOU abash slave-drive- A few extracts from the fcu&lreda of eadtrrexaciit .lrcAdy rcel ed; "u ' the most timely Uen.Benf.F BuUer. Ac sir-e- e, east-boun- At ih:a season ofthe year. Po h'Sarlty of t y sc r.se li'jcref uonthepart of tho parent or cVld; and. as a result. dysentery. cho!eraInfannm.orcth-rcor-p!a!'iMstonnrn or bowt n ensues. Ina'lui hcacs.KUgc s Foodl the ''yeafc. bestd.rtel'c ItMperfeana In no way act (on noon the bo e.s, interteres with action of medicines. cf UNSMFEAO HA!3LE TESTI MY! per-vers- sn or-gnn- snuff-coiore- Jy Kopeetfullv, Mas W. E. S.T1U1BIS8. Ridge. Ga. Dn..T.BRADrir.D I have, as you know, been selling your Female Itcgulator for vears. and have had a. steadily lncreaslsg demand for It: lt gives the very best satisfactloa. I reqaently aell lt to physicians who use It In their practice with the most satisfactory results. I. TnoxAs.M.l., Druggist. Valdota, Ga, June?. 1SK. Send for Treat Ise on Womrji. Mailed free. UBADntLD Rzoitlatob Co.. Atlanta, Ga. Its favor. HAY-FEVE- R. I)..T. BRAPrtELn I have taken sc eral bottles of ydar Female KeKulator for falling of the womb ami other diseases coinoincd, of 16 year standing, and real! belief e I am cured entirely, f or w bleb please accept my heartfelt thankn. I know your medicine saved my life, so you see lean not speak too highly In from periodical returns of Hay-Feve- r. I have suffered greatly At the sug- puf-tin- gs gestion of a druggist, I obtained Ely's Cream ISalm and used It daring a severe attack. I can cheerfully testify as to thclmmedlatc and continued relief obtained by Us use I heartily recommend it to thoso d suffering frtm this or complaints. 'Rev.j U. A. Surra. Clinton. Wis. k'n-dre- SPSI2 CREAM BALM has gained an enviable reputation wherever known, HAY-FEV- ER displacing ail other preparations. A particle is ap-ln ttTAnhll tn USf. rlled into each nostril: no Price 50c. by mail or at dru: imta Ctn4 tt v .Mrrnlir. 'ruglt8t Owego, X. V. KJ.V UKUXlifcKS, I cream-colore- d roller-skate- LEPAGE'S LIQUID GLUE, ) AWAROED UN EQUALLED FOR CEMENTING 'pss? WOOD. CUSS. CHINA, PAPER, LEATHER, & MEDAL. riedby Mason (Timlin Orjin Piano Pa'sce Car Co.. Ac Mfd tm'.r by the RUSSIA CEMENT CO. GLOUCESTER, M4SS. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Saisolt Tin Cast lest br Mail-- 2c COLD i LONDON, liB. kfil U i ed. Pensions and Increase, experience 19years; success or no fee. Write for circulars and laws. A. W. McCOKAIlCK. BOS. Cincinnati. Ohio. tO I kltd couimtsslons;leertersreliev"Wigs, n!EDOKEWLA'n-S;Offleen.,payfrot- - HAIR wnere. v noiesaieanarriaiipricr-uijB. C. Strehl & Co-1- 73 Bangs and tVavea sent C 0. 1). any. " EDUCATIONAL. less. THE NATIONAL r -. NORMAL end. THE UPLIFTED FACE. WHAT IT IS TO DELIGHT IW GOD. fteost -- er-raa- d, ." "r'r"" -- 1 tf 9 4Mf Stf Let us meditate a while upon what is here meant by delighting in the Almighty. The man who experiences, this delight is glad that there is a God. That atheistic philosophy which makes the whole world to be a chance production which grew of itself, or developed itself by some innate force, is a. very dreary piece of fiction to tbe man who delights himself la tfc Al- - turn with intense satisfaction to the other expression used by Eliphaz: "Thou shalt lift up thy faeeunto God." What does it mean? Does it. not mean, firs , joy in God? When a man hangs his head down he Is unhappy; it Is tho attitude of miser; but oh, when our p thoughts of God are changed, and to God is different, we lift up our faces and sun our countenances in the light of God's favor. The face of God lu His Anointed is toward tho believer, and therefore the believer'- face is toward the Most High. He hath said: "Seek ye my face," and how can we seek His face but with our own faces? "Look unto Mo, and le ye saved, all the ends of the earth," Is the divine call; and the believer looks to God with int nse joy, knowing that in Him it his salvation. Does not our text indicate fearlessness? Fear covers her face, and would faia hide herself altogether, even though to accomplish concealment the rocks must fall upon her. That sacred bravery which tho Holy Spirit breathes into tho child of God makes him cry: "Abba, Father," and in the spirit of adoption he lifts up his face unto God. May it not also signify expectation? "J will 1ft up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help." "My expectation is from him," says David. Oh, to lift one's face toward God, looking for deliver-nncsafety and rest, and expecting both grace and glory from his right hand ! Brethren, I am talking very simply of things well known to me, and yet I can not convey to you a sense of the joy of t, face uplifted unto God. You must feel it for yourselves, by lifting up your own fsces. Some of you poor creatures can not lift up your faces unto God by reason of despondency; but wo pray that you may yet do so. As for you who are God's own people and yet go through the world in bondage' I charge you, cry unto the Lord to change' your condition, and fill you with Hi joy for then your faces will shine ia tho light of His face. When you delight in the Lora, nothing can disturb the unbroken current of your joy! The sublime serenity of the hoavenj which arch above your head eaters into your own spirit when tho Lord who- made the Leavens dwells in your heart. Strive after this sacred peace: delight in the Alt niiehty, and lift up your faces unto God, Now, let us ouriela-tionshie, - y if I et home in time, but, if you don't mind, would you just tie him up in tho yard." All right. With pleasure." The dog was lost when the husband got to-da- here." "Certainly." "I'll send for him the bonnet or hat and be brought forward to tie in a large bow on the left side of the chin. X. Y. Herald. 'f 'FeTer Cake), General Debility PTTorSalebyallDnisglsta. aadPeriodicXeC CHAS. F. fcELHR, Proo., Chicago, III. week. OverZHXIenroUed. All professions pro Diploma conferred. Over MXO vided for. Teachers anil UooliVceper, trained here, havo been helpedtoGnod Situation. AnyToangMon or omnn can pursue any study witn a.e .fcX' lime ana .tioney IeneoIany otnrr institution than at in the C S.Catalocuc-andfufnfnrmttnn free. AHilrMs. I'resldent AXFKED Lebanon. "Warren Co, O- - exnensesCLSOtosaro 1085. UNIVERSITY! H0LBR00K homo. "My dog gone ! Somelnnry stolen him ! Great Scott I What shall I do?" "1 suppose the simplest way would be to advertise a reward of fifty dollars. That THE MARKETS..,., would fetch him," and the wife looked terribly distressed at her husband's anguish. Cincinnati. June 30, 18R5. Next morning's paper contained an adver00 3 00 LIVK STOCK 4 50 5 25 Choice Uutchers tisement: "Fifty dollars for dog lost." At 3 40 ft 3 85 Common eleven o'clock a messenger boy appeared IIORS - 3 85 U i 31 Good packers with the dog, got the fifty dollars, and SHEEP tiood to choice 3 60 ft 00 & 4 CO 4 somehow or other the wife still owned the ri.OUU Kamili 1 04 1 03 GKAIN assessment paid. stock, 100 ft 1 01 'o.2 red 48 ft 48H Corn No.:: mixed . 37!4ft 38 Oats Ko. - mlicd Tiie silent watches" of tho night Those Hjrc Ko.2 0i 68 uot wound up. TkUadelphia Call. 14 50 HAY Timothy No. 1 ...14 00 4 00 ft 5 00 TOBACCO Common Lues SO Cattle-Coinmon?2 Experiments how that light penetrates - the Mediterranean ea to the depth of 400 meters, but til Lake of t'e neva only i!00 meters. Tho inference is that tho water of the lake is less pure than that of the sea. MR. S. K. CHASE, for information in regard to his wonderful cure by the use of Of Chase's Market, Lowell, Mass., is frequently called upon Ayer's Sarsaparilla From my infancy I was afflicted with Scrofula. The doctors pronounced my case incurable, and were of tlio opinion that Consumption, iuduced by scrofulous poison in the blood, would terminate my ' life. About five yearn ago I had become to debilitated that to do a daj's work "was an inipoisibillty. I was completely discouraged, when a friend adtied me toe try Ayer's Saraparilhi. I bought one. bottle, took the Sarsaparilla regularly, and began io improve at once. Continuing the treatment, I was permanently cured taking less than one dozen bottles in all. The virulent .sores, which had eaten through my neck in a number of places, rapidly healed, and my strength gradually increased, until T became a vigorous maa, as I am tolay. S.K. Chxsc, with 1. 31. ChaSc, Provision Dealer, 253 3Ierrimack , tU, Lowell, 3lass. Sold by Price $1 ; six bottles, S. a He assures all inquirers that his testimonial is strictly true. Here it is: isV6 ! Wheat-Longbcrryr- ed -- A furniture-make- r at the New Good Mediums ,'. PBOVISIONS-1'ork-M- ess sU-ni- Orleans Exposition discovered a countryman from Arkansas whittling a handsome mahogany cabinet "to seo what the wood was like." Another who had titled up a room with linest specimens of his art, was horthe rified to tind an old lady eating her lunch of fried chicken seated in one of "What's his satin upholstered chairs. cheer good for if it ain't to set down the in?" she placidly remarked. N. O. picayune. er, I.ard I'r tne BUTTER Kama Dairy Ohio Creamer FRUIT A N I) V KG ETA ltI.ES .... 8 00 ft 9 00 10 87!10 7 - 12 86 17H 18 it 20 Apples, pr.me, per barrel . . 1 00 NEW YOltK. FLOUR Stnte and Western ..53 45 Goc lo Clio.ce 430 GRALS Potatoes, perharrel 2 00 ft 2 53 ft 2 50 Corn No.2mJ.xed Oats m aed PORK-M- css No.2red Wbeut-N- o. SChicaKO JOJiS 1 50 38 ft 3 65 51)0 S3 ft 00 G LARD FLOUR Western steam CHICAGO. 1100 $4 25 54 43 ftll 60 6 75 &- I o m The increase in value of property in the business section of Boston during the past fifty years is shown in tho recent sale of" the United States Court-Houat the corner of Tremont street and Temple place. The Masons purchased the land in 1830 forSlS.OOO, and in 1832 tie Masonic Temple was completed, making a total cost of land and iniUding of $50,000. In 1858 the United States Government bought it for$105,tO0, and in 1885 sold it for Botton Herald, $255,000. se State and Western.. GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red No. 2 Chicago Siirinjf Corn No. 2 Oats No.2. Rye PORK-Mes- sI.'.' 5 32Hft 87 ft 47H ffiJi OOJt 0B ! i mf'i" 874 47 GJ yiegmtti DTDr. J.CAyer - AVer's SarsapariUa. j Druggist. k Co., Lowell, Uaao. ' Copyrighted. .".".". LARD Steam ".".""."lO6 25 60 13 85 91 BALTIMORE. FLOUR-Fam- ily GRAIN-Wh- eat Corn-mixed OaU-mlx- cd- ftlO 30 ft 6 W ft ft S2S No.2 . m PROVISIONS Pork-M- ess ....12 Lard Reflned INDIANAPOLIS. Wheat Ko. 2 red Corn mixed Oats mixed LOUISVILLE. Flour A No. 1 ,$415 GRArN-Whcat-No.Sred 4 75 - Zi 63 52J 36 ft 38 00 ftl2 35 PARSONS' wy 1 PiLLS ' CAICERi k--s. - Vi ft 4H 36 ft IaitielyeaTe aad all T.TVE3. aad SOWEZ. Complaints, 3CALAK14, BLOOD POisOJT. aad 81 Diseases (ON2 PILI. A DOSEi. For Praole ConpUmta tlwsa fHU Sirs so Kpmi. ..'i And tSex avalnabla Cathartlo and Xii?rr PllL Dr.T.M.Paliaer.Moatleallo.Tla J. Dennlacn. M.T1 - UfWI't. Iowa." Sold Terrwhcre, a...) Valna&le fr eta. lat ataasa. olhr. tnloraaUott JTKKE. i. S. J'JiiasyjJ B co.. uoafox, aJbrn. m 1 '&L-?- r been sent to jail for six months to find out. A German editor who wanted know if Bismarck owned the earth to has Corn mixed Oat? mixed PORIC mess LARD Meain . ,.,... ft ft ftll ft 4 36 1 51 38H 00 8 Lorillari's Climas Ping A.K Vca ,norfrifa '.' tiSLc!knl'aj --ma. .ijBfiuttru r... i.jlimiMl: maiSusaswaMa i !"? iterr Cic.. Tn i'a m .! : a. AWARE R. U. THAT and cured wjtbwt the fcaife. oa treatment srni iree. .mcotni L.roXi.l.u-- . Aumra. .?(., m. . 1037' -- "" .Jin 'Tin 11,1 " IVniTIX? T " "" AUTEKTMII .. S I 4p "V wmm st- - iiX. V J- rVV' a? -- 7T?tS,1",'' IHrayreiTCg&j immmmmmmm mmu as fV 1 v 2 y. ' VV l!p "4 fc." fcfcl Judge Jus. Ciunpbcll, in uptime ing the circuit court granUury of Wilson Sewing Marshall county) rccontly,faQ vised Cheati, FJUSLE rnnnfnea order and Machine, in Rood them to return no iutlietmonts A ply at thirf office, or to against any one guilty ot beeping Mrs. Saxxic Ginns. open a bath hoiiso or barber shop on the Sabbatlu "Thcso ""8") " --Fourth of July ho is credited iWith saviffiy!;. are "J All crops nro in fine condi- nccoBsarv tb health rand fcmfort . tM, i. nf i tion tfneo the rain. . Tn&.V" r " iiiiuvi i.tv uuaiii Dull is no name for it. It is breaking more than dcalingui confelicol-des- t on record. time the diiukfiiot in fections, fruits,-ann, petrified forc3t of toxicating." There is (300 acros in loxico, said to bo. A Stnrtllnff Discovery Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Hum, Dak Tho best ice cream at Miss Lizzie Knoerr's ice cream parlor. writes thas his wife hd been trolled wit acute Bronchitis for many yearjand tha Merchants now close stores all remedies tried save no penanent re "at 7 o'clock to give clerks some lief, until he procured a bottle ofDr. Kinf recreation. rv11a wl.iVli linH a niatricahfTit nrt Gen. Grant grows worse daily, produced a pcrnionentJcure. Itgua'ran-- ( hml it is thought ho cannot live leeu u) cure an uwmci u "s i.ungs; con-Vliliu- n. Local news. Says the JFaducah Kews To tlic Toieva Fellow-Citizens- of Fultou CJo'UtitT. When I al- ' J : : ::,.? i.rr -' lowed my name to go before the peoplo of Fulton county as a candidate for tho Jailer's office, I did not expect to meet with any political opposition, but now, this "- a f,ciUBUiaiu. If you wm notice in mis same issue ot the Hickman Courier, y ou will .i c ...i ;ui. XJiVW uiiu u cam iiuui 7ir. tt. id Thom as, bearing his own acknowledgement as a Republican, and that he has always been a supporter of . .! " A . many "days. Wednesday, and was buried in Hickman cemetery yesterday. Hickman has been reduced from a Third to a Fonrth-clas- s iostofficc. Lack of business is the cause. They ought to advertise. Eish, the swindling President lof the Xow York Marino Bank, in tho Grant & Ward trouble has been given ton years in tho penitentiary. Some 30 or 10 hands are at work grading tho new railroad track into East Hickman. A larger force will be employed next - Kistucr died The little child 6f Mr. John at Union City, Bronchial Tubes. f . . Trinl Rntth Free a I Aloofe a. Lan drum's Drug Store. Large Lrf$l, .00. .. I Tho Hickman when market is opening with some life, and quite a number of buy on. Some seven ot eight crops wee offered and sold on this market stcrday Soc, Muse & Shaw beiugfJio buy- aud Wednesday at froiToc to ers. aud will give as 'much strict Xo. 1. They still offecauij prices, Tho wheit so f,lP rather offered is pronounce tough aud faulty. ThoHickinan wheat market is activeguul farm, ors should test prices litre before . selling elsewhere. week. The State Board of Equalization adjourned a second time on tho 23rd on account of delayed Assessors' books. They adjourned until the 7th of July. A decay of public spirit marks "n decay of business and material interests jnst precisely as tho figures on tho face of a clock point to tho hours and minutes. Tho teachers elected for JJick-inaPublic School arc, O. B. Kingman, Principal ; Miss M. L. first Assistant ; Miss Annie Shearon, second Assistant. . Just bofore GenLogan left for Washington lib S'u'uto a friend:"! hope every Republican who asks to be retained by this administration will be turned out of ofiice. An interesting protracted .meeting is in progress nt th4 Methodist chnrch, Rev. Mr. Cook, asiiistiug the pastor, Mr. IleBloy. Qodby, tho evangelist, is expected Uunng the mooting. Mrs Hugh M. Saunders, late jof this county, died at her home, in Princeton, Ky., Monday last. r To her sorrowing husband we sympathy in his sad sincere n Mid-Vlloto- n, er aspirations than that of a county office. This, is enough to arouse aud revive the giuud old war spirit of 1SG2 in tho boMim of every Confederate in our little county. It 5s true that twenty long years have elapsed since tho dark clouds of An Km! to Bonn ScrInC. It war, and thunder froii the one- Edward Sheuherd. of HarMbarft eaya.-- "Having received to uSeh benefit mie's gtllis were hcard,:;ild spread from Electric Bittcra, I feel ityjdutyU ovcr 0ur blessed land, but Still, fellow-citizens, al87Aiibr to his political opinions that I have, but this being tho first time '"C lll.U I have ever met with political opposition as an aspirant iui jmuiiu uiuci', jl ium grcuuy lui-o- r niCSSCd with a d lit v til at I not only owe to myself, but to my Jriemh, my parly, and my country, mid feel willing to lend a helping hand and say something that might tho interest of my people, and arouse tho Democracy of our laud. that It is trtio, fellow-citizenthis is only a county affair, but if this is allowed at home it will only bo u stopstonc to higher and greatad-A'aii- ce the Republican party. I am ready to admit, that the gentleman has the same right aud privilege as a citizen of Kentucky fellow-citizens, s, posed to, and to have an opportn nity to judge as to your abilities; and this they have a right to know. The next will bo the most important session of the Kentucky Legislature for twenty at HONEST PRICES, To the ladies ESPECIALLY, do wc return years past, and wo should have thanks, for their representatives of convictions, with tho courage of their convictions. Mum candidates may make mum members. Our informant may bo in error, but if correct, tho fnd LARGE PURCHASES in our candidates have made a mistake. tff r The peoplo want to know what you 1 13 aro for aud against; Mueix. CaK1I2ales. Oiir information is th&t thb cau; didates for tho Legislature, Ron: nick and Oliver, entered into aii agreoment at Moscow, this wcek for each to go home, and thero remain until after tho election, makr.wiunff.! i o. .y)tem, iloine bussnws with as littlo exbeuwi ae iMMMbir IEW3 UUal n rm it TarTd ri UTrtn!l I" IAi LEI0I3 i iii II -- in 1.A t 1I nry 1?. ;u a ing no speeches, or exercising any .a - ;,b "Sisockyfetcrytliiuc like t Drv Qm,. rttuM. I'loltmvir, Boot m ,j in the ..other inlluences toward securing SE'K Fnrn,rflinB Goods, Floor Ctetlw, Tbl utt cms - Wlf l'5B55BggCTeggrffTgr-vi:.,r; '. isztti Te &c -,koMv J l"e3"B ""8 "u" marKcu Carpets. a cio Oil mm iaactal'lan election. This is an honorablo Mown io " nevre neat i: f !?u ....in-IUUl'VlJ au s, omeu-- atiu ujiii rn' d purpose, no doubt; and Tr r Tn ca on tho part of these gentlemen, intended to save tho peoplo annoyance, and might do very well, The extremely low TRICES ntwliieli wo nro offering our STOCK has if the peoplo understood clearly attracted an unusual largo trade tb our Store, and we feel very thankful and unmistakably the position to our patrons for their liberal appreciation of our dibits to give oi cacn on puono questions aim matters. But, in all proper want courtesy, people tho to know, gentlemen, what you are for, and what you aro op- l '' li '! " .1111 'JHfr i . . . . f T II .,' ti n.si-.n-r-i- v'i ! : !... i , fc. Mi-ir-k- 1W " 1 - - - ,.. fair-minde- a" g 1 ' iraiiE CITY ITEMS. Cnnncil fioutlK. Mar A new lot of all kinds rowfat Peas, String Beanfl, Peas, Tomateca, Apples and reaeiie?, at J. W. BOQKRS'. Ib"or com-mxl- o In Wliile and Red Nettings, White Goods, Mulls, Lacds, Embroideries &c, w4 have a large and elegant line. We are still offering the following very rare Bargains: have the gre&teilvariety, from the Cheapest to ,T?TTQTi Wo can ay of a truth that we bare the that haB ever bcf sld by any merchant i IHckman Warranted l be hnmbRKed into pay inR an others for a that can't touch ours for Style, Durability extoMioericiif and Neatness of f butcoine to us aim ly one pair as an experiment and Tnu U,at vr! afr' wo have said are facf. THE LOWEST PRICE HOUSE IN 4. ' -T? rr-jfif -3'W. ;B U fcv 9 ED- LostQTTOfnri;?3 EvIrSoho l m uu,i. . ttef sr SOT i d th0 lm ?f laeuiory in the bosom my doctors told me l would the Iwne scraped orlegampuiatelf I used, Uimblo servant. Some may think instead, three bottles of Electa Bitters that the old war question ought ana seven boxes nuckiea's Anuta uro, to sleep m silence, but whe;i the and my leg is now sound and we. hi? nl)PI1.ac" it mv V E'ectrio Bittera are sold at filgTccnta a eiiemv bottle, and Bucklen'fl Arnica Saljfat 25c, d001N nature itself kliullcs the per box at Moore & Iiandrum urug, l'"h. ui Byiiinjuiiy, unu iiicmoiy Store. tor bygone das. that I can never J gel over. I have stood shoulder flio TJnvnl- TrMiinhirs- M this with you, Confederate comrades, r, '"cfty arc making .a vigorous effort to i through tho revolutions of a v , bloody war. I have battled n'l securo the services, of of St. Louis, for two qttthree my life for Democratic principles, lectures in the interests Tf that taught to mo from my infancy by order. He ia a Methodisfnums-ter- , that beloved old ancestor of miuc, who sleeps y and is said to bo under the green forciblo speaker, lopi for hill of the Clinton cemetery, and and Hickman handed down to him from the platform and pulpit. will bo treated to a feast dnjjis ar- teachings of tho old Jefferson and rival, which will bo durpj: the Jackson school. Fellow-citizennrcsout month, no is editor of I have rejoiced with you over the the "Golden Era Life," of SlLou- - achievement of victories in war and in peace; I have mourned is. when you would mourn ; and I apBiirkluiiN AirnJcrt Hfilv peal to you to sustain me in this Tiik BestSau-- m ihc world foTiCuti,! struggle for the Jailer's ofiico, and urujees. oorcs. uicers, anil uneurasrejer I aill VOIirS tho balance ot my r.n "..us. .uj name nas been beforo .?L;n nn.i n have in-K- rsxWi hJo --- The nplended ntore room on Clinton 3,500 street, lately occupied by Alexander k 2,000 blrossom Maswcll, dry goods mcrcbdnt, is for reut, 2,000 your ou reasonable terms. Apply to 5,00 CS -- ! UciK1-'eer-ing- au-'rne- st to-da- s, 35c 5c for :. worth vte Printed Lawns tt 3.V 5c u Dre Prints, nice Styles, Glc tc 5 yard wide Brown Sheeting ' u 5 " Gingham Cheeks Tic tt E. T. QARDXBU. t 5 10c tt 20 pes. Victoria Lawn u I'lowor I'ots, 20c 10 10 " India Linon For sale, by V. D. Dieslclbriuk, nil sitl 20 35c tt 3 " Lace Curtain (jodds zes. As low an the lowcau 25 35c it 1 " Bordered Scrim Net '" ' Money saved by buying of, 10c u 3 75 dz. Checked Towels, 30 inches long, Ea: cc l'LAUT BUO'S. k. CO. 10c It 5 u. 20 " Bordered Handkerchiefs " 10c tt 5 20 " Gents Colored Ilalf Hose ntul i A full lino of Hemps, Ingrains, it 75 1.00 tt Bruwells Carpeting", floor Oil Cloths, and rBIue Cottonade Pants 1 u Rue, at Tory low price. AJq, Trunks, Ladies Kid New Port Ties 1 1.00 75 Valises, Bags, and Satehels, in immense it " 4 button New Ports 1.25 75 " variety. Our stock anoulu be seen to be tt tt '( OneraSlinncra 1.00 75 " appreciated. Ai.EXAXDEa & Maxwell. IS " 1:50 1.00 Front Lace Sowed Gtlf Shoes 75 1" 1.00 tt Gente unlaundried Shirts The n'ace to spend your Caah at, a Full Stock Brogans PLAUT BRO'S. k CO. 1.25 tl 1.00 All kinds of Dhdafootaati Chloride of These Prices ON SAME QUALITY OF GOODS, cannot be Du Lime, bulphuta of Iron, Carbolic Acid, Chloride of Soda. For aa!e at plicated. COWGILL'S Druf Stro. You will find everything just as advertised, and we 'wont't bo "just out" is called for. forget that Salcion'a & Haas of any artiele when it TJoe Cholera remedies arc guaranteed to elop the Cholera among hogs and kep them fron taking it, or monity refundwt, by Kcnl. THE HS BSS7 MEDIUM S2lPASS3niS-G3P;MADE: 0 IN TOIE Oomblnos Volume "With mTOTniT mTTTF&TT I Purity and Swootness. - I ( I Combines Lightness, Elasticity and Pliancy: mbines Beautiful Design and best Workmanship.' Don't Inlo nt a Itcatjonuolc Price.! ITOIl SA.3L.E BY ". , A.X.35X: A ISTDEE, & S&- - 3MA.XWELL, OF LOW PRICES. I ; e J. V. COWGILL, Druggi.t. .A.S BYER S6T v F, - r WILBURN & CO., ten-tie- uftlietion. The reduced pof'i&fd brought about a deficit in tho lias post-bffic- o , nSv t " There seems to bo considerable Again i make special notice of the immense stock of new Spria bullion dollars in one year. The. fnrf. nn nrir.es and onnlifn' MHf further reduction in weight will you want a cheap b'nggy, IhCynU; AtSlk throughout the county urging ea The greatest variety of Ladies and fan to Goods, conning of the latest styles and novelties, Silk and Lace order it and sou it luio-- tuan any a convention. I will make tuss Shoes, at PLAUT'd. warranted. It given bring still iurther deficit. one. If you want a good burgy, proposition to tho Democratic give satisfaction another pair will be 2TeolsTK3&r, mfcroidssriss, or money uuwsua" c man their reputation in this loobty candidates aud comity committee, PIAUT'S retunueu aim) wen warrant? Bcnj. F. Pritchett, the Hand Sewed for Oh.023. &&G3S, who was so badly shot by Tims. for 25 years is pledged to put pern aud ask the committee to order a ed. Uttcrback, some weeks ago while to you at reasonable prices. JTcst primary election to bo held in Also, fine ad cheap in this city, has recovered suff- quality and prices beforo buying. each precinct in Fulton county, See our Clothing for Men, Doys and Chiliciently to ic able to get about tho on the 2011 of July, 18S3, each dren. The assortment is elegant aud pricea Ilave in stock and are constantly adding a corhplete lino of Hi streets. Charleston (Mo.) Enter Judge J. M. Rigger, of ?adu-cah- , candidate paying his pro rata of low. Alesaspeu k Maxwell. prise. is spoken of as a a prolablo cost of said election. What say candidate for Circuit Judge Fthis you all, gentlemen ? Let mo hear Do you want a THRESHING MAAn Englishman hit it about not for which ofIf Jh right not long since when he said: district, the election AugnstUSSG. from yon at once. freothis is and CHINE. SAW MILL, STBAM ENGINB, 1 mill N U SHKaeafy LllLl lUlh agreeable, I holler fice takes place in trade SORGHUM MILL, COTTON GLN. CORN ssas! iBS3iaeH5.r&Bf Show mo a country without grass, We "We are sok agenfUor the American Hand-sewe- d maohiaery open field Shoe Company, fo have heard the Judge named it sailor's right, CRUSH BU, or anything W and I will show you a country frequently in connection wHh tho a fair light, pull an bridlo off and line? If vou do, co to in the & SHAW M USB Alen's Ladicsand Clildrcu's wear rlin- - are certainly the luef and t and the . . without ... . cattle, no cattle no !. ... . 1 m .1 t ".' and eel thuir prices. They ore agents for and Builders Hardware generally. A complete lino of ,U seems Jo b tell them to go. uusc onoes ever oroignt to tins marKcr, ana will give stiaction. 0ir no manure no farmers, no above office, and ' the Kinaland, lergusou X. to f, .Machine Yours truly, I the desiro of a large number o? stock of Mill Supplies. farmers ud nothing. his frionds that he shall mafe the Jacob SiLVEitTooTn. ry and X:Oo3e3, STails, asid Europe is astir again on tiic race. Myyficld Monitor. I Buiclicr Sliop. prospects of Russo-Englis- h war. of all kinds, from a Brad to GOd. A full line of Carpenters tools. Also, Council S.BroceeiIingrs. Having nrraed a partnership with M. I). The peoplo of Kentucky will Tho Russians are makW'g active cannot be surpassed; it is all custom-mad- e Johnson, forcarryiug on the above busi and will fit perfectly, and ife? reparations, and on this account vote next August, for lSSJmcin-ber- s IIicmtAKjKY., June, 25, 1885. STOVES, TINWARE, ness, tbe public are hereby notified that on COOKING ND much cheaper than the usual price. We have1 the lateststyles of Mon' of the Legislature who aro to Council met. Present Mayor Cowgill and after the 1st dav, of April, we will he American wheat market is ner Boys' and Childreu'sHats. The best quality of PloUr and other Family vous and subject to spasmodic be of our State At Councilmen Beckmon, Case, Deliow supply them regularly with the best fresh Groceries, constantly kept in stock. jSrow is the time to "get good bar French, Itamage and Witting. grocery house of beef, pork, &c, at the Excitements. the same time we votolnpon and Housekeepers Supplies generally. The minutes of the last meeting wore J. W. ROGERS. gains and good selecions. Call and examine our stock and you will be changing the State constitution. ?yke8, tho railroad agitator, read, approved and signed. WORK, convinced that our alvertisement is not a fable. AND SHEET IRON COPPER. says he expects to livo to see the SEW DEPOT STaEETS. Cluverius tho "Virginia liwycr The street c ramittee, on motion, were 'day when the fish crop of Reel-fo- nnder seutenco to bo haugeU'uext an further action in a specialty. We 'extend a cordial invitation to all to come and sec us. lake will bring annually more November for murder, annoauces released from around the new dtpot. regard to the streets Our prices will be as low as consistent with a legitimate business. than the hog crop of Obion coun- a determination to rcsumF tfi For Slate'. Senator. JUJVEUSE KElORT. ty, and the ducks and wild game practice of his profession iiijTox& CO. "W. CODElM-A-oS- r The street committee reported adversely We arc authoriicd to announce JACOB more than their cattle. This is as; 1385. on the claim of the National Pump Co., WHITE, of Hickman county, as a candiApril 3, and on motion, said report was confirmed date to represent the counties of Hickman, game talk, but decidedly fishy. ' refused. Fulton and Graves counties in the State and and the claimCSMETERY LOTS. DEALER I3NT -Tiie season tor picnics It is said that Iti Rowan coununexpired term of the k Senate, to fill the blood-hbo- d barbecues is upon ne. of late M. C. Vaughan. On motion, the committee on sale ty, the county of so much City Cemetery lots, was granted until next and crime, there is not a We are authorized to announoc R. T. meeting to report. church liouso of any denominaBUGGIES I BUGGIES!! ALBRITTON aB a candidate to represent DRTTCfS;; B, II. COKTnACT. Graves, Fulton and Hickman, in the atate tion, and vcryiow school houses. Ky., N. H. WILKINSON, of Mayor Cowgill presented a letter from Wonder if a few preachers and has just arrived in HickmanPaduc. witSThirty Maj J. W. ThomaB, General Manager N. Senate. AND teachers, wouldn't do more good odd Buggiea and Phaetons, which"re or C. &St. L. R. R., accepting the proposiDaTTlTFM :, For tlse E.eBl8latnro. TO MAKE BIG OLAI3IS in print, to say my Furniture "is the best," Com?' every- tion of the City, and proposing to com sale, at the Wharfboat than the militia rttitivy body. "Wnfo authorized to announce P.J. requires but a stroke of the pen and a little printer's ink; to back up the mencc work as soon 03 the deeds were made. Gov. Knott has ordered two OLIVER as a candidate to represent Hick claim with the proof is a more difficult AHcEic'i Supports ACCOSTS AI.L6WED. matter. None of my would-b- e bompanies of Stato troops to man and Fulton, in the next General AsA Card to tlid rufeUc. The following Recounts were presented, sembly of Kentucky, subject to the action rivals ever dare attempt to show in what respect their goods are "the MEDICI MEiSi Rowan county. Affairs aro dread ,J, Seeing an article published in properly approved, and on motion, were of the Democratic party. best." "Not this evening, some other evening," is what they say when ful in that county, and tho Gov ordered paid : SEWING the Hickman Courier, aid cop A. A. Faria, bal. on lumber Wo are authorised to announce J. F. asked to' give any solid reason for their claim, that they keep "the best" ernor does right in sending troops SWI 5147 38 concerning represent goods. This is a gdod way for people who keep inferior goods and wish 1 495 EEXNICK as a candidate to the Lowto aid tho courts. It is an ercpen ied in tho T?ultonian. G M. Wilburn --a.3srx Hickman and Fulton counties in ?ts Bive process, but tho laws mustrTV,eiralets Jac-0- .' whorem to make them go by "blowing," but it is not my way. ELXCTIONVOIU1ERED. be enforced. '"'"' i.urti..iiuwi,ia(,jiwjujailWwu "" T)n motion, ordered iri an election bo er House of the next General Asacmbly of 1, a ivepuuun for held at the City Hall that city of Hick- Kentucky. on foot to elect TOILET ARTICLES FrankLong, atLebanon, Ohio, Jailer, I will say this much: That, man, on Monday, the 3rdthe of August, day twice arrested for horse stealing, while I will not, and do no deny to elect a City Marshal for the unexpired For Jailer. knd adquitted, and who last week being a, icepuoucan, ami inrresi term of T. V. Wallace. Wc are authorized to announce VT. T. is the thing &cf, &4 &c. that tells, and I propose to duplicate B&LOW PRICESS& DOGS TO TIE KILLED. obtained a judgment for $3,000 dential and Congressional aces, I KIMBUO, as a oandidate for the office of Goods. This is the point and escence of this discourse, against his accusers for false im- nave voted mat ucKei, um nave On motion, ordered that all dogs found Jailer of Fulton county. Election in Au- with first-claJuly lSbg, at and makes horse sense instead of mere blowing about it. Perhaps you SSrViesetltS0 prisonment, astonished court and never in our county eloctivns for outlarge on and after killed 6,by tho with- gust. King night bell after 10 o'clook fiBod at any hour, day or night. City a muzzle, will be his owh witnesses, by publicly county officers ; nor am I n(w run- Marshal. ' We are authorised to artnounco THOS know what good FURNITURE is, and perhaps you ddn't; if you want p. M. pleading griilty, and acknowledg- ning in this race as a Ropinlican, On motion, Council adjourned. V. "WALLACE, as a candidate for the the test give mo a call and I will show you. office of Jailor of Fulton County. ElecB. E. MILLET, C a ing to perjury throughout. Attest, but am a candidate for thooffice I am also agent for the light-runniDiamond Sewing Machine, the tion in August next.' Jailer, as a citizen of thisoun- On tlio averago fair business of ladies friend. JAMES year tho Now York banks hold iy, anu suouiu x uu oicctuu your Souio liines ou Ulrs. Dua-cttu'- .s We ate authorized to announce the office N. B. I alo have tbe best stock of Undertaker's Goods, and will duP.TAYLOR as a"candidato for ox-- next Jailer, I promise you onfand about tnree minion dollars in Bcalli. county. Election 1st plicate S3L 0 W PRICESrGZ Customers politely served on sbort noof Jailer of lulton cess of the Juno domands of all, bo you Democrat or UeblL-can-, She was one of the few of earth, who Monday iri August next. tice; Store across the street from Holcombe's new drno- - nfrtrn. to hold you so safe thafyon possessed many rare virtues. Deep sorrow trade. This year tbdy hold sixty-tw-o We aro authorired to anndnnce JAMrS Respectfully, millions they Tvant to loan, will forgot that wo over hatiWo was the fire which burned all tbe dross of F. BU8IIART as a canbibMc for the office political parties in this countjt character and leftonly purest, bright- of Jailer of Fulton conity. Election in her and business don't call for it. Tho old, popular and always reliable Hardwarehouse of est gold. She had risen far above the August next. Yours respectfully, f tEhis is a straw that shows as to of '" J. THOMig. petty vexations the life, (which so many "Wearc authorized to annoinee JACOB the general times. heaviest losses to be consider one of 18S5. . borne). For she had across, indeed. Oh, SILVERTOOTir as a candidate for the A mad elephant in Wisconsin Juno 30, she wore itso gracefully! 'lhe strenpth to office of Jailer of Fulton county. Eleclast week stampeded about 8,000 To The People of nick bear one of any weight with true submis- tion 1st Monday in August next. Has a splendid stock bf the very best makes of all kinds of Hardware inen, women and children, who I would like to say to you fris'4. T sion is only given by the Lamb of God, which arc offered at word, attending tho exhibition, have just returned from the Annual n- - and this she received daily, supplicating at ELECTION NOTICE. talis is adduced as an excuse why vention of the Womans Missiouarv ie- - a throne of grace Me thinks at times her r department of ovor three tivcly'curesPileH.or no rav reonirS. Itttho people of Fulton county 1U luipoilatit IFarcses-H- . is guaranteed to give perfect MtissSctioii, tllO two last elections for the Same MUSE & SHAW announce te the public or money refunded. Price 23 ceifc p?rj position that I appeal to my friends are prepared to handle any awl box. ForSaleat MOOUE& LADiUM! fn. fn.dnv omi T mc ilnfanioil that they of pruduee for shipment by river all kinda both times, by my friend Mr. or rail. Sjweial attention given to the -Tho old reliable carriage ali Frauk Thomasson, but was second shipment of fruits. All buftine entrusted have prompt attention. ers, W.T. uuckner & sonsjare best aud socond choice of the to their care will of barrels and fruit boxos Will keep plenty alive and determined to hoWthc people in both elections. on hand. TF ! ,.,,5 to Shippers nnu LEADERS JJND MAKERS Agts. for E.DOE3tAS& CO., Nashville, Toni. EVEHYIPIAW rARRANTD FOR FIVE YEARS, ; . , ?' Kamburg Je &c Tor j iiLMl visi IslillJliilll Screws, ImMMh km, Mm. mil iifg, Ik, It. " ma-iiur- e, 1 ii. itr-&- ings, Biitts R&1 Sfefefe; ppNG law-make- rs TIN ot J. A.MBEHa'S'SOiSrS. - J. j. W. CWeiLL, Trusses 1 if NEW HOME MACEES "tfc .'' ,-- TXJkXJX,Xr" ng 3 ss S. T. GAEDNER- niiiA I. ETVAEUD, & ; ' - parents should attend their children at such places thdtigh many bf the parents got separated from tho children in a grand effort to -- fegcape. if- Dr. Breaker closed his moot ing Friday night, and on Saturday morning at b o'clock lie baptized three converts. He has been engaged tojireach here onco a month, and will preach on the third Sun day. On tho next appointment the services will bo held at at 11 o'clock, m ih town at nigut. 1 ty of ihe M. E. Church South, which at Brownsville. I never witnessed' hospitality in my life. Business seemed to leave all their cases in cha their employees; eave up their carria our disposal, anu directed time and tion to our meetings. TheJudgesusj ed Court one evening, I underttood, as came over to the meeting. Next yea! will convene at this ulace. Wfe year tof arrange plans for reception! cnieriainmcni, i nope, (iiioneu somo 0 may not poses the wealth of Browns? that .one and all, will tend a heart cordial welcome: and the nnvtin prove & great blessing Urws, as we be nnrt trust it haa to the noble hearth v , jjrownBviue. ' ' LOVIE LANDED: h.-ir-J , communion with God wasso sweet and holy she scarcely realized that she was an earth-wor- n soul, but a spirit inhaling the glory of God. No doubt Bhe too at times almost fainted by the wayside, (as most hn, man beings will), and would cry from the depths of her soul, Father, why, Oh why, must I tread this path? But now she understands that every step of that weart some journey was only bringing her nearer tho pearly gates of the New Jerusalem. Her life was noble, yea grand. Her death elioiild be so sacreu to those who knew and loved her that this would whisper, yes. She is ahe'H gone; our los3 is her gain. bearing, holier, messages (than those she left us to bur friends and loved Ones, (.Over Then" 'A FRIEV;D. N MONDAY, August 3rd, 1885. an election will ho held at the City Hall. in the city 01 llieUuian, Ky.. to eio:t a City Marshal for the unexpired term of T4 V. allace. By order of the City Council. R.E. MILLET, CC. july3tde 0: Ludnn, TO SUCCESSORS ..ITOKTIJnsrS -- & OOMPANT. DEALEBS X2ST and that the very lowest the market justifies. be exactly as represented. ONE PBIC 4 All goods guaranteed to JTT t TS Folrtltts: Pocltct Scissors, VIM All who sec it, want it. It sells on sight. Lady and Gent Agents wanted every where. Retail 75o; Io AjrenL". 50c, or S5.40 per dos. Send at once for aancy by Postal Note or 2c stamps. "VAN" CO , CioTeland, Ohio. DBUGS,MEDICINES, BOOKS, STATIONARY, and School Suppliea. Fancy GOODS, TOYS, and PICTURES, DRUGGISTS ' SUNDRIES, PAINTS, OILS, AGENTS FOR TUB WHITE SEWING MACHINE. i?. WINES AND LIQUORS FOR MEDICAL USE.' R,LEcaabefoandal Lanilrtlmr Dr. FARIS' Office, to attend night calls at Moore & , iSORrPTIONS A. SBGIALT Y. ?rS' The lest roof for the least money. Experienced workmen employed: The attention of builders especially desired as this house will gtva special inducements. Correspondence solicited. ROOFING. B. 1. BREVARB fi , v4 J & ?$$ . i- i - ' r T.. J V - 1 4 J -j - - - - ii- - f f. ( i .j : H M 1 m. ? t msif. -- - "aV9C8mE?&'M(?a r "v. ' ? m. nx azBBUB qqubieb. J!L - "" ;.., "Bully Breckinridge." lurr-- U5 - -- - - -- - - THE DOGS 'OF WAK. Tho Rowan" Bounty Trouble Breaks Out Afresh. Bjwchl to the Cnurfer.Joornai.1 Democratic Komination. POR STATE TREASURER, OE FRANKLIN COUNTY. to the mat- ims rather been the result of tnr supposed hopelessness of the canso than of want of sympathy. Frankfort Capital. Rfifiminc The press of tlio State, so fains expression lias been given, have with rare unanimity advocated the calling of a constitutional convention. The necessity for it has raroly boon questioned, and the indifference- pJfetSunendwarirtinri i I tributable rather to the lack of information as to the changes desired. The Legislature is not authorized to submit needed changes to a voto of the people, if it was, certain changes could be made at any general election. In the absence of any such authorized submission of amendments to the people, the nest best guarantee is lor mo ueuio- VOftVBn K n S,been overcome by the- ajeafarago lQ needed changes nntj 0 furtber pledge its power that no other or further changes will bo made. It is tho fear ojT radical, wrong and unknown changes that deters tho people wore than ignorance and indifference. The two great parties, the Democratic and Republican, declare in favor of a new constitution in general terms, but they fail to keep faith with tho people by pledging their faith to go thus far and no farther; and the people test to open the gates without somo guarantees or restrictions. Whou tho two great political par ties of Kentucky, become anxious for a new constitution as to declare what changes , will bo opposed, then tho confi denco aud votes of tho people will intelligently consider tho issues presented. sufli-ciontl- y The seeming indifference is at- - man has been killed, another tally wounded, another disabled and a revival 0f hostilities is expected at any moment. At 9 o'clock this morning Town Marshal Craig, Tolivcr started out to arrest Sheriff Cook Humphreys. Ho luid a warrant charging Humphreys with conspiring to tako tho lives'of Toliver and his friends. The 'Sheriff was at the residence offBcn Martin, who lives ono mile out of town, aud Tolivcr went (here with a posse of four friends. Thcy went in and demanded Humphrey's surrender, but were toldUat ho was not in tho house. TVov did not believe this, howevefj and tho Marshal started up stairs. Ho had scarcely put foot upli the steps before ho was fired ujon by tho fugitive, who was wafching him from above. Tho vapbn ho used wa8 n a loaded only a foKfte$listauce, it failed to kill Tolh-- r; Five shots went one in tho right into his breast, our mTtbo check and two mordouble-bapfelsot-guleft-hand- , broke out afresh here Moeeiiead, Juno 2S. to-da- Tho war 'One Tltey Have to Wilut Hard. Tho Ohio campaign is to be a warm one. Tho Republicans find many reasons for making it so, and tho Democrats will have to accommodate them. Gen. Xiogan has promised to take part in it aud Logan is an effective speaker on the Ptump, if ho is not in tho Senate. Seua-to- r Sherman, too, will have to tako a hand, no wants to bo ro-eloct- ed t is irremediable. If Republicanism is to enter tho Presidential three visits from Adjutant Genercontest three years henco with al Castleman, and both parties any hope of success, it must re- agreed to emit and he friends. Mutual distrust has prevailed, gain Ohio. however, and a revival of the figlit has beon constantly anticiMore 3?r:tad. pated. Charges have been made Great frauds, permitted, doubtless, "for a consideration" by the that Cook Humphreys had hired officials of tho New York Oustoin-Hons- a desperado named Ed Pearco to are being gradually dis- kill his enemies, and to this Pearce covered by the examinations which made confession not long ago. tho new Secretary of tho TreasuProposed New Railroad. ry is carrying on. The amounts e, to tho Senate, and will have to earn the honor by helping to carry tho State for his party. And, last, it is hinted that Mr. Blaine himself will appear and make a series of spoeches. So wo shall probably soo tho defeated Republican Presidential ticket of last November turned loose in Ohio to advocate the claims of tho defeated- Republican candidate for Governor two years ago. Tho reason for this tremendous cflTurt la plnUu Obro la who v'reio doubtful States whoso voto indicates tho drift of popular sentiment in tho North. Tho Democrats can afford to loso it, but the Republicans cannot. A. hostile voto to them in that State would indicate that public opinion in the Iforth is crystalizing against them and that their overthrow last year - - n Tho wunded man though disadvantage, did not at i give up ?Uhoutat struggle, ho retreated, jut emptied several shots out of hs pistol at Humphreys. None tok effect, however, and ho was conoyed by his friends to Morehe.d, where his wounds were dressed Hdis now lying at the Cottage Hotel,sin this place, but his injiries nrc"not dangerous and he will toon bejTup. The rttootiug. caused tho great est excteinent in the toun, and this aternooii another attempt was male to capture Humphreys. A posa was organized, as it was learned that he refused to give himsoljup, and at about 1 o'clock in tho, afternoon Martin's house was retched. . Thoy started to surrotud it, bnttho fugitive and his friaids sawthem. They slipped od of thoiliack way and made a breal for thegroods, but they were aminuteioo late, the posse to open fire. secingthem ine One o tho men, whoso name is Raybuhi, was Sled outright, and Humphreys wamortally wounded. Tue remains were taken back to tho honse, tho firing instantly ceasiuj as soonas tho dcadty result wis ascertained. It is feared iJg many that the worst is yet to come, and that the long straggle ofjhst winter and spring will. bo renewed. It will bo renicimjeredjThat thero have been two parties to. this fend all tho time, tt began at the last August olection .over a quarrel which Tesuliod in 'the killing of Floyd Toliver. Since then several other deaths lvo followed. County lAUprmvYinniK was shot art JButngardncr wa$ waylaid and killed, ono of the Martins was killed while a prisoner, and several pitched battles took place. Craig Tcllivcr and Jeff Bowling took the leadership of one party, while Logan Carey, Sheriff Humphrey and several others were at the head of their opponents. The difference was finally adjusted after two or ta-koin-l. grazed hi' faces. he answered: "I'll hear uothjng from yon, sir. I'll receive my orders from a higher authority than you. My name is John C. Breckinridge, of Kentucky sir, and by G it won't bo Jong before you hear from me again." And sure enough it was Breckinridge. Ho reported mo, and tho next thing I knew I was suspended and thou discharged without body explained, have considerable influence with tho railroads in Kentucky." A Courier-Journa- l reporter whose attention was called to the item yesterday made somo inquiries concerning it, and found it to bo correct, possibly, with a few important exceptions. In the first placo, there is no John C. Breckinridge in Kentucky or out of it who was ever Governor of tho State; tho State never had a Gov by the name of Breckinridge; none of tho railroad lines between and St. Louis have had or now have a passenger conductor named Pcabody, and, so far as inquiry would develop, no conductor has been discharged for enforcing the and very prop-po- r rule against smoking in tho ladies' cars. ex-Go- v. Lou-isvill- Tho St. Louis Sunday Sayings of inst. has tho following: tho "Couduetor Pcabtfriy, one ofthe best known railroad mon, and who for years has beon running between St. Louis and Louisville, has been suspended from duty, and his suspension, owing to the queer way it canto about, is causing considerable talk in local railway circles. "On the way "flown to Louisville,' rccontly said Mr. Pcabody, 'I saw a well dressed man smoking a cigar in tho Indies' coach, and 1 told him it was against tho rules to smoke in there. This reprimand seemed to make him terribly angry, and ho asked mo if I was hirspeeches to passened gers. I tried to explain, whero-upo- a 2-it- h to-ma- AHU TEXAS . Wi oO.- CJJiaplesr S7i AK ACT far Uktaff tlio map of tin goo.1 people of IUU Coamcmvrwalth tts to tbe neeMitj Hbl ef caWag a OuDTenttoo to tmsd the ConstitHtion, arm to acecrUin tlio oumWr of pereona onuutw is tuip tor i.preAtiltTM. E. CASE. M R. E. MILLET. J 12 Horso . TiiievesiXvnolied. mill mmn cniiiiiivii i UVUIM DWUIV i recent rcporMhat 11SKI III Oil hnntt ....a.i :. ""4 "HIiClI III H'" UCCKE. Jillorls to Substantiate me last mentioned rcnorl rAsnltod hi pusuive proof of the hanging, a week ago, near Heahltown, of Frank Morgan. Bill Williams, a farmer living near Mud creek, was suspected, and persons wore detailed to watch him. When it was Joarned that Williams had unlr.w- luiiy taken possession of another man's horse, 32 detormiimcf men -it :- nprso tiuovcs was ropd lesteniay . - lAWfEBVlLLE. i',rr.7 Iviw.tf. "-- 'i Tv.XlTV 4 J, hi in Wukekas, five the necessity experience has pointed out of amending tho Constitu- tion, and tho necessity and ezpodiency of 15 culling tv Contention for that purpose i CASE & MILLET, FAS5IIOKABLE BOOT AND SHOE m IUfClIB i r -. .t Williams bade his family iut:u me uouae ami arrestcu "1,u' AN AKFECTIONATS FAUEWELL and told them if ho did iiotrotrn in two days ihey might know ho was dead Williamswas thon led. several miles away into somo thick timber, whero thoy wero met by another party, having in charge Prank Morgan and the boy Mjorc. By a unanimous votothe men decided to hang William and Morgan. Sniin omit milfoil i.li4 fiv reason iic'thalfopa vouth iims bOBl-TO- T turn him loose with a inodcrato punishment, but it wasrtanv "" cided, as there wero jrreat probabilities of his beconins a troublo-som- c criminal, that it'was hotter ho should din. Accordingly all three were strung upon ono limb. Somo of tho pOBSO dimbed upon the limb and , PRESSED DOWN WITH THEIR FEET o well-know- n viirea;--rr'i.-i-A...i:5- to get. Coicfittni motion. Tho noted doUctivo, Jack DunTho viow of tho cloudless and can, at tho heal of a squad of moonless firmament on a dark men,has goue to tho clear night, when tho whole vast Indian territory in search of tho 6. It shall be tho duty of eaoh black arch seems tremulous with outlaws Jim anc ttank Leo. Ho in office for tho year 1685, boforo tho scintillations of 3,000 stars, is has ho shall have entered npon the duties of always overwhelming to ono who his office, to go before tbo Judge of tho County Court and mako the following gazes steadily at tho sublime pic- THREE oath: 1 do solemnly swear, that I will ture, and yields himself up to tho s train of reflection which it sug- with him, which he will uso when faithfully ascertoin tho number of qualified to voto for Representatives gests. But the mighty scene tho trail is stiuck. It is learned in lha district for which 1 have beon grows doubly interesting whou it that threo other squads are also chosen Assessor for tho year 18B5, and is known to be all in motion not in tho field on' tho same errand. will carefully report the eatao in the book aa only a movement of tho whole ex- Tho Leo boys havo long been a returned by raoMay, Assessor of tax by of terror to tho Delaware bond peo- the first dayAescssure 1835. panse, but an individual motion of C. Baid are hereby required each soparate point of light. Sup- ple. For tho past few months to Jexamine on oath as to hie right to tote pose tho universe wero stationary, they havo boon loafing about that for Representative, any person of whose how would it appear! Lotus seo. section stealing indiscriminately. right so to tote such Assessor has any They haro repeatedly said that doubt whatetor; and any ono thus The motionless earth would who shall knowingly swear havo ono side turned toward thoy would nevor surrender, and as to his said right, shall ho liablefalsely to all tho blazing, motionless sun, and interesting news may bo expected the Dflins and penalties of tbe ar'tmt of tho other in perpetual night. Thoro from that quarter. perjury; and overy Assessor shall write opposite to the namo of each parses thus would bo no rising and setting of 81. John, Too. Bworn the word "sworn." the sun, and no rising and setting 7. It shall be tho duty of the Secretaof tho Btars. Tho silent, mighty It has r.lready been duly an ryI of State to have this act advertised in procession of the skies would be nounced that tho biggest ,guna in each countv 01 lUD VXJCimOUTTUllllU lor ended, and the heavens would bo (lin K'nniililiixni nomn vrill Jj -" TwtT - r tf&rakor election, and in ono of the dail? pipora wnnlil Imnn. to' Ohio xx"Vimttrrvm days to human beings, if into the Governor's chnirv Sena of the City of Louisville tor thirtj every ondurablo prior thereto ; were any human beings to tor Sherman will bo there, Gen. immediately Secretary shall and in to be thero cause said sec it. But there would be none. Logan will be there, Mr. Blaine ceuntj at tbe door coopy of posted Life would bo equally impossible will bo thero and others only Icbs said Bill, printed in hand bill foira, for on that side of tho earth where great than thoy will bo thoro and at least four constcutire weeks before thero was perpotual day without Ohio will witness such a combat Each8.election. Publio a night, and on that side whero of political gladiators as has not quired The print fivePrinter is hereby rehundred copies of to there was perpotual night without been soon for many a day. the Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Sestions of day. Bnt there is another man, not a this act, and deliver them to tho Socrota-ry. buried together. 'Jho posso then up tho started on a mai-hureports came Washita river, and back that thoy cadpred and lynched nine more, thuf making a total of 12. Tho lattir report, however, lacks confrmation, and tho modes of commtnication aro so uncertain that tin facts aro hard nt on the shoulders of ho criminals in order that they night dio tho quicker. Aftor tlo men were dead thoy wero cut lown and all well-armo- d i TholiYl.lln.ort n...M1 W..i: ... . mwm. MW4V.I. A.lCUilUil held for KoprcsentstiTes to the Qoneral Assembly, it abnll be the duty of the several Sheriffs and other Officers of Election to open (i poll for taking the eensoof tho people as to calling a Contention to amend tho Constitution, and make a return to tho Secretary of Stato, fer the time being, of the names of all those entitled to vote for RepresentatiTcs who havo voted for calling such Convention. 2. That for any failure to perform the duties prescribed in the first section of this act, eTery Sheriff or other returning officer, shall be liable to a fine of six hundred dollars to be recovered by indictment of tho Grand Jury in any Court hating jurisdiction, and shall also upon conviction be subject to removal from office. 3. That it shall bo the duty of tho Officers of said Election to propound to overy votor the question ; "Do you voto for calling a Contention, or not?" And if such voter ehnll answer in tho affirmative, his namo shall bo roccrdod as voting for said Convention. J 1 That all Assessors aro hereby required to enroll, in a column which each ,iin.hT"iAiJ.aanr'i .brink purpose, tho namo of KU Ctrtiouc fnr Ihut the right to vote for Representatives for tho year 1885. But said Assessors shall not enroll in such column the name of any person unless they shall at tho time know that he is entitled to voto for Representatives of said election; and such knowledge shall be founded only upon (1) the porsonal acquaintance of tbe Assessor; or (2) sufficient informotien obtained by him directly from tho person whoso name is enrolled; or (3) a satisfactory statement, under oath, from other credible persons who know the facts necessary to the qualification of suoh voter. Any Assessor enrolling in said column any name, without such knowledge or information, shall bo deemed guilty of a misdomeasor, and fined in a ium not less than twenty nor moro than fifty dollars for each and every name thus improperly enrolled, which fine may bo rcoovered in any Court having jurisdiction, and shall be for the benefit of the common pcboola. Baid Assessors shall be governed in all cases by tht laws thon in force to prevent illegal voting. Said column, written in a fair and legible manner, shall be returned, with Eaid Assessor's book, to tho Auditor, who shall make out a copy of eaid columus and deposit tho same in tho office of the Secretary of State, to be reported by him to the next General Asseto-bl..-- mJ & enaeltd by the Gtntral Aucmbly vovmometau oj mmky: w of SHOP. North West corner of Mecoi and Troy Atcnuea, East Hickman; hy j SSSaiisfactiou guaranteed. April. in THE R. JBAUTIER to GROCERY- - HIOKMAN, , lENTUOKT. - all kinds of Familt Groceries, which he J. JL his and M cesopened afriendsand freshpublic that supply of has he MONTGOMERY, annountho new will sell as low as the lowost. Ho is ready at all times to exchange Grocerios at caeh prices for Butter, Eggs, Chickens, or any kind of marketing that the farming friends may bring in. The highest mars ket price always paid. S Fill PlOf IIII ALSO KIEPS LXTMr-Jfolrofld STOffl. SALE AND LIVERY STABLE Earis & Pahkbr, KENTUCKY STREET, KEEPS salo TaTi'n"g J. M. MONTGOMERY & BRO. in DOORS, SKSH, &c i3iios:3JLiT,B:sirTTjas:-sr- . ikjxrt) jriiitNftlK&&& constantly on hand for hir HOESES,,BU.GOIES ..andHACgB. 'p'arcinweilhe'sfablorhorscff' and we propose to continue the business, solicit patronage- - HSETWECK, BALTZER MANUFACTURERS OP & CO., W. DIESTELBEmg Family Groceries. VTO apace to name all artlclce, bat no JLi irouDie to snow coode. nudoracand see, at tbe corner of Troy and Moscow Avenue. East Hickrarn, Ky Hickman, Kentucky. M1LY roJKLL ,&KY n '"' tfrv!, avwt'w;w H. 0 JU2l? Q El (DAVIS' OLD gg'-- r -- STAD.) All kinds of GROCERIES house, at hot firat-clas- STAPLE AND FANCY As-sess- or THIE OLD RELttABLE COAS. A. HOSiCOBfiBE, DaAER 1 u8nally kept In a om a prices. FANCY CANDIES, MINCB-X2AA- . WELL-TRAINE- BLOOD-nOUND- B CRANEERRIES, TEAS, T, PI CKLE3 GRITS II02IINY, B 325S per-ton- Wl MEDICINES, TAIffl AND D 3GC 3C CJ DEES: 362: CAR US' PRESCRIPTIONS A TO JW d MM -- IE Cgy-W- il! IE! ' TU mv &Co &e Nugar, TJoiiees Soaps, not be undersold. Will pay full price for Butter, Eggs, J.U COMPOUNDED! & 5k. SSEFOUS.SI. for-ov- er exam-ine- d, rt l' Court-hous- e y Avcrn&o CoxJ of LSvlnff. of the frauds already discovered are formidable, and not the least of thenris a great number of unnecessary employes, who drew good salaries for promoting tho interests of tho party in powor at primary meetings and elections. From Naslivlllo Cnlon.J Tip-tonvillo, -rJ $ ' I i Which moans, of course, that Wolsoloy may pack his trunk and come home, as soon as ho has mado the necessary arrangements CALLED TO ARMS, for getting tho last British soldier out of tho Soudan. So ends what is probably tho Proclamation. action. most utterly useless war England Goy, Knott's has over fought and she has had clany kind. He has secured tho ecrvices Wilting: to no VTZint Ho Cou. her full share of useless wars. Special to tho olthat well known and excellent work-n- ii From the New York 8nn. Courier Jonrn&I. Uncle Bob Farrias, which This war, too, was as caiiBoless as itself Woman If I give you some- a'uarantce of good and faithfulofwork. is Fkankfokt, Ky., Juno 29. Tho it has beon useless. r24 Governor this evening concluded thing to eat, will you saw a llttlo Kcclcluf; a Fsrtnno la tlio Vloxt. to send thirty from threo compan- wood NASHVILLE'S Tramp 3o, mum. I'm too NEW DAILY. Dkouu 1 ill. tuu uuuriuiuj HCUl, IU T,i T ies, instead of two, to llowan NV.iT:i..1fii.l.. From tho New York Sun a .... ocrmnn onr, e uukbuiuwu ui inc uiuiuuouucs 4i. '.. to his county. Maj. McKoo is in the weak to saw wood. I'm not lazy, "My dear," said father The trial of Mrs. Dudley, the THE NASUVIDLE IJJflOX. willin' English woman, who shot O'Don- - , was necessary for him to daughter, "how long ago waB it City awaiting arrival of tho 0. and jest weak, bnt I'mgLv.o. mo ato do ,i n k:i.i that it mn ,.,;i, t bo etlitorla.1 and business staff of The w evau RoBSUj in- New York last good that George Jackson, wont Wost O. train to tako him to tho scene what I can, Xon U,m and was very glad that IOX Of trninftrl " winter, 1ms been progressing this 2r, milfts'nf- wlnnl, flrn nlrwiilv fW-'-l F-a- HlH not wound him. of war. Adjt. Gen. Castleman is umuor, an' I'll sit out m tno corn5-fiel- niiists Will be COmDOSBdconnected withinnr. 3" tto seok his fortune V " "W i.w - is very ho t. who have been the for a scarecrow while I'm Antrican for many years, and who have a year," tho girl replied expoctod on.tho train. Tho folMrs. Dudley creates fu dod. Much of the route week. "Just lowing order was issued by tho eatin' it. rors of interest and laughter by level and easily graded. This Cneap Euougti for Everybody. with a blush. withdrawn from that paper on account of ""Was thero anything botwoon Governor itspasslng into the hands of the parties sarcastic and crazy sallies, after road will b8 virtually a continuaand will bo By tho now postage law which Moro than 100 mon and women wtj now own and control the Nashville the fashion of Guitcau, as the trial tion of the ETasItvillo & North- went into offect the 1st of July, you aud Georgof I somotiines carried by Maj. McKoo as his western road. I ovorCO years of ago havo been HVW. The same principles they havo goes on. tlio rate on letters is 2 cents for thought that he was fond of you." warrant of authoritj'. adrocated in the American they will con"lie was, tho first ounco and 2 cents for hor face on papa," and the girl hid to "It having been mado to appear injured or killed in skating rinks tinue to advocato in The Union. Royal Receprioas. tho satisfaction of tho Govern- within the last six months. MoBt tho old man's shoulThe purpose of the publishera of The Cam. Johnson, who killed each additional onnce Our Ministers to Britain and of an ounce. This is a or fraction der. "I promised Georgo when or that tho domestic violence in of 'cm wore widows and widow- Ujio! will be to make it Maj. Henry, at Greenville, Tenn., reduction he went away that I would wait .Rowan connty, actual and threat- ers who wero trying to show off A Live, Progressive Exponent of for rJieuating his wifo's affections, Germany have been received with of one-halas the rate at present for him Sentiment. years if necessary." for ened, makes it necessary to ren- like pooplo of 20. causing hor disgrace and suicide, distinguished respect, bnt thero is 2 cents for a half onnco letter. Opposed to Machino Politioa and the havo a letter from him." der military aid to tho civil auis a difficulty about showing that A great many things may bo pack"I by mosmorism, has" beon acquitof Political Bosses. Is said to tale voted to the Building-uDo and Industed, the jury receiving a great respect at levies aud on other ed into an ounco weight, and it is "Oh, papal" she oxclaiined, thorities for tho enforcement of boTho Princo of Wales in Engthe best dressed man public occasions! Thero all am- probable tho now law will lead to "Does ho or has ho oh, toll law, tho preservation of peace and trial Prosperity of the New South. ovation. tho security of tho rights, lives land. Ilo is ono of the best shots "Earnest in Advocacy of Tennessee's bassadors taker nrccodcnco of a large Increase in the amount of mo, what does ho say?" Commercial, Agricultural, Manufacturing wants $20 to get homo and property of sundry citizens of living, "Ho ministers, so that the matter carried through with." nd Mineral Development. The Inquirer says Owensboro from tho Sandwich ambassador first-clas- s the Commonwealth, a detail of Islands, if tho mails. Kcenine Fullr Abreast will only furnish ono candidato for thoro bo one. Buddonsick, a 2Tow York build- 4ll the Leading Questions of the Times on thirty men, rank and file, is hereby of would go before tho Appellate Judge, Lion. Chas". S. Am erioan in tho Above Everything, it willthe Day. Vfgilaacc CojumUtee. ordered into active service from er, was crivon ten vcars defectBe a Good Don't Tnkc nny Chances. Minister. Somo think "Walker. Judge Sweeney, "who woarobig enough now to havo pouitontiary, for building a swspaper, Complete in all the Depart Memphis will never again havo is following in tho each of the following named com- ive wall. Frankfort was a candidate before, will not embassies at the' ments of Telegrnphio, General, Local and most important yellow fever. Every factor which wako of Louisville and her citi- panies of tho Second regiment of Market Intelligence. stake the race again. tho Stato Gnard,to-wit- : Company courts. Ttiese are, however, very aided its outbreak and strength zens havo formed a committoo to On a bet, a Louisville bull ter- ' It will be seen that tho Subscription costly, and ambassadors are of no i oncd its virulence is 1S7S and 1879 strengthen tho hands of off- P. Lieut. M. Mackie, commanding; f.wnnfv-fivfin ft Prico has been made aa Low as the Ac i Thk State Teacher's Associa- more real use tlku ministers. Be- has been removed. Tho clouds icers in enforcing tho law.thoThoy Company II. Capt. G. W. Stroth-er- , rier Irilloflsix minutes. rats taal Cost of publishing a First-Clas- s trifle over Journal will permit. tion has been in session this week sides, it is argacd that an ambas- aro breaking, the dawn comes on- say: commanding, and Company E. We ask the support of all who desire at Lexington, Ky. They are work- sador represent a JiCing or Em- ward, and the sun grows brighter Murdors, rapes, seductions and First regiment, Capt. J. Speed ComnilHsionersrRoilce. Bat an Honest, Machine ing earnestly to arouso greater peror, whereasjvo havo no such beyond the hilltops. Tho golden mock marriages havo become tho bmitn; tno entire uotacument to be Pcrsong having claims against tho es Democratic Paper should Antipublished bo educational interest in Kentucky. functionary tofrcpresent. This future is our own. Avalanche. order of tho day. Tho city is under tho command of Mai. late of O. D. Clark, deccxsed, are notified tnd sustained in this city. Massame to me, last, however, overrnn with a mistake, for and des- McKee, of tho Second regiment. hereby to present the my office in asHick- I Tbe terms of Tub Uxioa are: Congressman Reagan denies peradoes, escaped criminals and Capt- - Strotherand Lieut. Mackie, ter Commissioner, at TAlLY. ITON.F.T. Fox. Prohibition can- - tho voters oftlc80 United States on or before the3rd tho didate for State Treasuror, against cannot bo lessen ton or twelve that ho over said it In a card to vagrants. Tho polico and the with their commands properly man, properly proved, 1SS5, or they will he &f it yeaf ......$8 00 Monday in August, G months 4 00 Tate, the Democratic candidate, "xiii.vuo, cuuu.oiie of wiiom is a tho Galveston Sews ho makos this courts aro powerless to remedy equipped for service, will report barred. ,. . it 2 00 3 monhB......v sovereign to bilMAcnntnfi hnn! statement: This whole dispatch these evils. to Maj. McKcc at tho depots at GEORGE WARREN, is waking a vigorous canvass. t a 70 1 aonth Winchester and Mt. Sterling, reambassador, Mwtho same- - man i&Jl tissue of falsehoods- I novor Master CoxxissuKrsx. i 20 1 week j 8I"(l President Cleveland was not As a result of the recent earth- spectively, on tho arrival of the Xaxxlaxh lias a law punishing could representTaiotn all. i WEZKI.Y. tram nor that tho member quakes in Cashmere,-3,08a LOWER and L0WERri tand persons Enst-boun- d wife whippors by the lash. Two One year, psstage free, in advance'.-...?00 The A,1Hnilj,Af Address-white men were thus nnnisliod last located RtomadWfon ostrich is of his cabinet were not Demo- - lost their lives, 70,000 houses were proceeu unuer ins oruors at onco in uSiiS.i-- between the crats, nor tnat eiov. Garland was laid in ruius, and 33.00CF animals. to Mnrclicntl. wiierc Uapt. Smith Us 'UNION PUBLISHING CO. cheaoas the choapest. I willnotl week. s , wings jwaa ic i mux wiTTiw with his command will ronort n nn.M;id 2lorthTChcrry St., XashvilloTeas a black Republican perished. Tip-tonvillo The proposed railroad to about which there is an in.this morning's issue from article tho Union City Anchor, will run cither from Martin on tho Nashville & Northwestern road by Rives, which is at tho junction of A Poide B5tirg!ar. No More Territory. tho Mobilo & Ohio and of tho Detroit Mich., Juno 27. At It is publicly stated, apparently Chesapeake & Ohio roads, to an early hour this morning Daniel on good authority, that President on tho Mississippi river Cleveland and his Cabinet are m Lake county. It will pass bv Scollen, a wealthy Detroit manufacturer, was visited by a polite firmly opposed to any addition of Troy WilsonvHlo will -SrooMako at territory, on the ground that we "?rottod to UIOUUU Ullil, UUb 11U UCOUUIl WIU have more already than wo can called the Scatters. It will conuse, and more especially because nect on the west side of the river valuables of tho family, which ho we have fully as largo a percent- with the Iron Mountain road and got to tho extent of $700. ITe then visited tho residence of poor age of illiteracy in our population Commissioner Herns, from whom di-- 1 as wo can safely manage. This is rend Tliis Tin Li' tic Ko'ck, l J& an eminently wise view of tho "joT'g, his Z2? matter! Edward Atkinson, the noted statistician and political economist, has gathered data relating to tho cost of living in average comfort in the United States. Tho experiment was carried on in two towns, one in Massachusetts and the other in Maryland, and continued six months. Only tho cost of food was considered, tho items being ponltry, fish, meat, milk, butter, cheese, eggs, flour, meal, vegetables, sugar, syrup, tea, coffee, fruit, salt, spico, ice, etc. He makes out that tho cost per individual is 23.S5 cents per day, amounting to SSG.81 per year. At this rate a family of five persons can live on $431.05. the spirit of tho great teetotaler's notice that ho intondBto mako tho fur fly. Enrt of a CrlnK War. London, Juno 2C The Marquis of Salisbury has telegraphed Gen. Lord Wolsoley in Egypt that Republican, who will bo thoro, too and ho will bo heard from. St. John, of Kanwts, has proclaimed to the world that ho, too, will take a baud in tho approaching campaign and it is only a legitimate inference from Ex-Gov. ho is in full sympathy with his views regarding the withdrawal of the British troops from the Soudan. Tho Marquis adds, however, that tho government is unable for various reasons to continue tho expedition. Clerks to placo them promptly in tho hands of each Assessor of tr.x for the year 1885, in their respeetive counties, it shall also be tho duty of the Publio Printer to print 676 thousand cop'icb of this &ct upon a separate sheet, ttni doliver them to the Secretary of State, who shall forward the aamo to tho County Clerks of the various counties in sueb. numbers as to provide at least two copies of said act for each voting precinct; and earn uierics Bhttll doliver tbo same to tho Sheriffs or other ofhoera acting in placo thereof ; and It ehall be tho duty of such Sheriff or other otBcer.to post ono copy of said act at each voting placo for four weekB prior to said election, and another copy at some other suitable public place in Hid precinct; and any Officer failing to discharge the dutios proscribed in this act, shall be fined for eaoh failuro twenty dollars, to be recovered in any Court having jurisdiction. 0. This not shall take effect from its passage. Approved January 19, 1884 transmit them to the various County Clerks; and it shall bs the duty of euch of Stato, boe duty it shall be to S Wf ?? Xt him as early nB practicable to0arclg morrow. Arrived at Morehead, Maj. MclCeo will report to and T. TYLER. act in conjunction with tho civil H. A. authorities who may bo in tho ATTORNEYS AT LAW, enmity in tho following gradation: Judge of the Court of Appeals; HICKMAN, - - - KENTUCKY. i. ILL attend to all business cntriistod the Judge of v. nSronlt flAnrf. r.vuv vv..., fWY to tfcciyfeurm Ofnce Furniture Factory. ShenfF, Jailer, Jnstico of tW novS.TB Pence and Constables of tho Count ty. And in tho absonco of a Judge .A.. .A.. JFJLK.1&. of tho Court of Appeals, or anjr other of the officers abovo named! PHYSICAL AND SKON, tho next in rank as herein enu morated, who shall be present KENTUCKY shall represent and exercise the4 HICKMAN, civil power in its relation to the his Professional Services to military power of the Common- the citizens of Hickman and vicinity, wealth. Tho Major commanding! j an 10- -' 80 will romombor that tho solo dutya ui iim uuinLuauu in iu ruiiutr law- C. L. ful assistnuco to tho civil authorial ty, to which it is subordinate, in ATTORNEY AF LAW iuo umorceiiium, oi mo taw oy legal means, and will regular and bo particularly careful that what- Collector, Heal Estate Agent ever he or those under his command may do shall be done under HICKMAN, KY. tho authority of a legal warrant, aud that in tho discliargo of their 1ST Will attend promptly to all busl sesa onlrusted him in Rr. ...., . duty thoy shail net with absolute 'Kentucky and Northwestern Tennessee impartiality and without respect IE SpoCialattontion given to tho inreatiea to person and party." lion of Land titles, and the purchase The people of this city general- saie oi xveai x.siaie. f jano ly approve the action of tho Governor in sending troops to the Saddlery aijd Harness turbulent mountains, and many go so far nB to say that, for the reputation and welfare of the State, thoy should travorso the PLUMMER & FARRISS, whole country, from court to court, until overy offender has beon yacleion St., opposite Courier Office) hunted down, convicted and hung, I IIICKJIAN, - - - RY. or brought to tho penitentiary. It is costly; especially on an already fi WELL selected stock of Saddles and depletod treasury, but it is in tho iJk. Harness. 2iew work made to order. long run tho healthiest course of fcompt attention given to (Hickman, Ky., Clinton Str.) &R SKUSB CONFECTIONERIES, 1 Mm. DR. w. GEE m rau-' ' J" . -- .A: '. .. .,- - DEALER IS Family Groceries; AUD ALSO, RANDLE. Kets, Soines, Lines, Hooks, and all;hind of fishing Taekle and Supplies, attabar gaiu. Groceries and Family SnppliA gea I erally. IJOW TO SJJVE IjONEY "We aro "Wholesale Headquarters grade of &f nl cHsw.ii, mim mm Scotch cimss .,-- and will job to dealers only at Factory price; abo tho constantly of izb Imm Wf the best in the market. AVe also keoD on h IM hand a choice selection FAMILY GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, AND FRUITS, which wc will iell very low for the cash. Pleoee call and see us. Spectas IVotlco. All persons indebted to the firm of Iton durant & Drewry, will please come forward at an early day, and make settlement. Office at E. Collins' drag storo Alexander & Maxwell's old stand. BONDURANT & DREWRY. Hickman, Ky., Feb. 12, 1885. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, NE SUBURBAN P.ESIDENCErabont 12. Acres. Six Rooms. Two Cis terns, Good Well, Spring, Stables, Orchard,-&Apply to 11 o - " -- ' -- -- - - v , GEO.TN.HKI-Mrwf-- " mayll885-6- m Hickman, L.y. to-nigh- t, HlCKT,TAN MARBLE WORK S-- HICKMAN, KY. Dezn-Ottat- io f, DEALBH IS Italian and Ameboah Marulk monuments, tomb and grave STONES. received a fine lot of Amor HAVINO Italian Marble, I am pared to fill all orders. Call and ex Ki-u- r t . p work. Orders from the country promptly may2B 25cts Lower than the Lowest I have no clerk expensss no store tea and pay cash for all my Groceries, and bercfore oan sell as cheap as the cheap at. Best brands of Wittenberg and Loa tar Flour, 25 cents cheaper than the low JOHN WITTING, t. Out-spoke- n, ts EETHE'SSALOGSr, A PXBASAWT BESOKX. Ci- - 1 to-nigh- t, ! o15ari.--.haia.8ide57- & ? - FRESn BEER constantly on tap. gars and Tobacco, 0f tl0 jjflBi brands. Patronage solicited. B0V . Ilti'- - 4 -- ,-: 'if-. 9f ! ry-- r :M- '&" y kiA3 ?rt&r WCt ?f-l UoWWi